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This page refers to the light rail stop on the L1 line. For other nearby stops see: Central (disambiguation)

Central Grand Concourse Light Rail Station is the eastern terminus of the L1 Dulwich Hill Line. As the name suggests it is at the northern end of the Grand Concourse at Central railway station. The stop was originally constructed for Sydney's tram network, but returned to service in 1997 for the then Metro Light Rail Line.

The Opal validators at this stop have stickers so passengers do not mistake them as validators for the train station, which are separate.


The stop has a single platform on a unidirectional turning loop. This loop was formerly part of the tramway network until its closure in 1957. It was built as a loop to reduce dwell times from the driver having to change ends. The stop and loop were brought back into use with the opening of the light rail in 1997. The covered area in which the light rail stop is located was previously used as a staff car-park and bus interchange. Ticket machines and line information boards are located on the platform area.

With the opening of the L2/L3 lines, the stop has been renamed as Central Grand Concourse, to avoid confusion with the other Central stop on said lines.


Central Grand Concourse LR Station contains a single side platform. Terminating trams stop east of the platform to allow passengers to exit.


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L1 Dulwich Hill Light Rail

Central Grand Concourse, Capitol Square, Paddy's Markets, Exhibition Centre, Convention, Pyrmont Bay, The Star, John St Square, Fish Market, Wentworth Park, Glebe, Jubilee Park, Rozelle Bay, Lilyfield, Leichhardt North, Hawthorne, Marion, Taverners Hill, Lewisham West, Waratah Mills, Arlington, Dulwich Grove, Dulwich Hill

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Line details - Light Rail