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Project Information

The Goulburn Station Upgrade forms part of the Transport Access Program (TAP), a NSW Government initiative to provide a better experience for public transport customers by delivering accessible, modern, secure and integrated transport infrastructure.

The project will provide a station precinct that is accessible to people with a disability, limited mobility, parents/carers with prams and customers with luggage.

Key features of the upgrade:

  • accessibility upgrades to the paths at the station entrance
  • a new accessible kiss and ride bay
  • new kerb ramps to the existing bus and taxi zone
  • relocated accessible parking spaces to connect to the upgraded pathway to the station entrance
  • upgrades to the waiting room and ticket counter on Platform 1
  • new Boarding Assistance Zone and accessible help points on Platform 1
  • two new ambulant toilets
  • improved lighting and wayfinding

Goulburn railway station is a heritage-listed railway station with state significance as one of the earliest principal rail locations in NSW. Its main station building?s foundation stone was laid in May 1868 and the station opened in 1869.