Sydney Central Station

Central Station is the public transport hub of Sydney. From Central Station, you can easily catch trains and buses to Sydney’s suburbs, CBD and beaches.

Central Railway Hotel & Apartments is conveniently located within walking distance of Central Station. When you stay at Central Railway Hotel & Apartments, getting around Sydney via public transport is never a problem.

Central Station History

Central Station was built in 1906 as a new larger station to accommodate for the growing number of passengers travelling to and from Sydney. For over 100 years, Central Station has been the heart of Sydney’s transport system and has continued to expand as the number of domestic and international travellers has grown.

Central Station’s historic past is still visible within the Grand Concourse, where the high arched roof and 75 m sandstone clock tower stand as reminders of a bygone era.

Central Station Today

As Sydney changed and grew, so did Central Station. Originally a train and tram interchange, Central Station is now Sydney’s largest transport interchange for trains, trams, buses, coaches and taxis.

Central Station’s 25 platforms provide train services to Sydney’s suburbs as well as country and interstate train services. If a train won’t get you there, then there’s bound to be a bus, coach, tram or taxi that will!

If you want to explore as much of Sydney as possible, then it makes sense to stay at Central Railway Hotel & Apartments. Located only 10 minutes from Central Station, Sydney’s public transport system is right at your doorstep!¬†Book¬†a room with Central Railway Hotel & Apartments today.