Stations

Redcliffe Station

Built underground in the residential heart of Redcliffe, the station is an opportunity for the area to become an urban village that serves the growing community, airport business park and direct factory outlet.

That’s why the METRONET team is working closely with the City of Belmont on its plans which will eventually see the area designed with public spaces, shops, housing, cafes and other services nearby.

The station includes a 500-bay car park and two bike shelters with 88 bicycle bays. Visit Redcliffe Station Precinct (DA6) | City of Belmont for more information about the vision for the area. 

 

Airport Central Station

With air passenger traffic more than doubling in the past decade, Perth Airport is undergoing a major redevelopment. This presents a unique opportunity to integrate the redevelopment with the new Airport Line via a station at the central terminal site.

Passengers can travel by train to the airport, stopping at the underground Airport Central Station near the control tower at Perth Airport.

Airport Central Station presents a seamless journey from the airport terminals via the Skybridge, an elevated and enclosed walkway featuring travellators and lifts. Passengers enter the station via the walkway and travel by lift or escalator down to the concourse level, where the station facilities including ticketing are located. They then continue through the SmartRider fare gates down to the platform level to meet the train. 

High Wycombe Station

The catchment area for High Wycombe Station includes the suburbs of High Wycombe, Forrestfield, Maida Vale, Gooseberry Hill and Kalamunda. To make connecting with train services from these suburbs easier, the station precinct has been designed as an intermodal transport hub, providing facilities for passengers arriving at the station by bus, car, bicycle or foot.

To meet demand for parking, the station includes a multi-deck car park accommodating 1200 cars. 

The station supports neighbouring residential and business investment. DevelopmentWA is leading the planning framework for the area adjacent to the station through the METRONET East Redevelopment Scheme, which will pave the way for the precinct to be transformed into an activity centre and employment hub.

Stations Overview

The Airport Line spurs off the existing Midland Line, with three stations connected via twin-bored tunnels.

Redcliffe, Airport Central and High Wycombe stations make up the new rail service, increasing public transport options for the eastern suburbs and foothills area, and reducing road congestion.

Trains stop all stations between High Wycombe and Claremont, where infrastructure for trains to turn back is located. Timetable information is available on the Transperth website.

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