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NSW TrainLink operates five intercity lines, four regional lines, four connecting bus services, and multiple coach services.

Intercity Network[]

Line colour and name Between
Bluemountainsline.png TfNSW BML.png Central and Lithgow.
Newcastleline.png TfNSW CCN.png Central and Newcastle Interchange.
SouthCoastline.png TfNSW SCL.png Central and Bomaderry (Nowra) or Port Kembla.
Southernhighlandsline.png TfNSW SHL.png Campbelltown and Moss Vale, with less frequent services to Goulburn.
Hunterline.png TfNSW HUN.png Newcastle Interchange and Telarah, with less frequent services to Dungog or Scone

Regional lines[]

Line colour and name Between
Countrylinkred.png North Coast Line Central and Brisbane (Roma Street)
Countrylinkbrown.png North-Western line Central and Moree or Armidale
Countrylinkyellow.png Western line Central and Broken Hill or Dubbo
Countrylinkgreen.png Southern line Central and Southern Cross (Melbourne)
Central and Canberra
Goulburn and Griffith

Connecting bus services[]

NSW TrainLink operates several bus routes along corridors where the railway line has been closed to passengers or as a supplement to rail services. These bus services appear in NSW TrainLink timetables and accept NSW TrainLink tickets, but they are operated by private-sector bus companies contracted by NSW TrainLink. NSW TrainLink also operates several coach services to remote areas in Country NSW.

Line colour and name Between
NSWTrainLinkbusyellow.png Blue Mountains line Lithgow to Bathurst via Mt Lambie
NSWTrainLinkbusred.png Newcastle and Central Coast line Fassifern to Toronto via Blackalls Park
NSWTrainLinkbusblue.png South Coast line Bundanoon/Bowral to Wollongong via Robertson
NSWTrainLinkbusgreen.png Southern Highlands line Bowral to Picton via Thirlmere on weekdays only
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