Canberra Kingston Station Overview
Located in the Canberra suburb of Kingston, the Canberra train hub is a significant part of the Bombala railway route as well as the main gateway of the capital to Sydney, another popular destination among passengers.
The construction of a new 8.5 km rail link from Queanbeyan to the capital was an ambitious project that took place between 1913 and 1914. The line was constructed, managed, and operated by the New South Wales Public Works Department. The station building opened on 21 April 1924.
Now the Canberra Kingston Station is modernized, here you can stay in complete comfort during the trip. It can't boast a very impressive size, but offering all the facilities you need for a worry-free journey. Tickets desks, wheelchair accessible toilet, big screens, commuter car park, taxi rank as well as an eatery where you can purchase snacks and drinks to take onboard.
Address: Burke Crescent, Kingston, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Connections: bus 899, 701-704 intercity buses
Opening hours: 24 hour service
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FAQ: Canberra Kingston Station
There is one station - Canberra Kingston Station.
It offers all the facilities you need for a worry-free journey: tickets desks, wheelchair accessible toilet, big screens, commuter car park, taxi rank as well as an eatery.
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