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|Ourimbah Railway Station|
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Ourimbah railway station is located in Ourimbah on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia on the Newcastle & Central Coast Line. The station has two platforms. The station was built in 1886 and opened on 15 August 1887. It is served by intercity trains to Sydney & Newcastle, with approximately 40 services each way per day.
More than 2,000 passengers use the station per week. Pedestrian signals were installed at the Highway crossing adjacent to the station in 1997.
In 2013, Ourimbah received a station upgrade. Improvements included two new small ramps, new handrails and tactile indicators. Construction began in June and was completed in September.
Planning is underway for another upgrade at Ourimbah. This upgrade will make Ourimbah fully accessible.
Both of these upgrades are part of the Transport Access Program.
Platforms and servicesEdit
|Central Coast & Newcastle Line||services to Gosford and Central (via Strathfield)|
|Central Coast & Newcastle Line||services to Wyong and Newcastle Interchange|