Wolli Creek train station was built as part of the Airport line opening on 21 May 2000 and was named after the “Wolli Creek” branching from the Cooks River.
Wolli Creek railway station is located at the junction of the Airport and Illawarra lines, serving the Sydney suburb of Wolli Creek. It is served by Sydney Trains T2 Airport (platform 1 & 2), T4 Illawarra line services and NSW TrainLink South Coast line services (platform 3 & 4). Please see the table below for details.
If you want to travel to Aiport, you need to take trains from platform 1.
If you want to travel to Central & the City Circle, you can take trains from platform 1; or take trains from platform 3 and then change at Central or Town Hall.
If you want to go to Kogarah (St George Hospital) or Hurstville (Sydney’s real Chinatown), you need to use platform 4.
These photos show the different platforms of Wolli Creek Station.
The Wolli Creek station is attended by station staff daily from 06:00am to 22:00pm.
Getting around the station
StairsEscalatorLiftRamp (1:17 gradient)Level crossing
Hearing loopPlatform tactile tilesPortable boarding rampWheelchair accessible toiletWheelchair accessible payphoneWheelchair accessible carspace/s
Opal single trip ticket machineOpal top up machinePaper ticket vending machineEftposToiletPayphonePassenger display screensHelp point
Bus stop close byFerry wharf close byTaxi rank close byBike racks or bike lockersKiss and rideCar park close byPaid car park close by
You can even walk from Wolli Creek train station to the International Terminal at Sydney airport in less than half an hour, according to this blog post.
The image below shows more details about Wolli Creek train station.