Mascot station

Mascot railway station, Sydney

Mascot (also known as Mascot Suburban to avoid confusion with the neighbouring airport stations) is the second station from the city on the Airport branch of the CityRail Airport and East Hills line in Sydney. It is located in the business area of the suburb of Mascot and was opened with the rest of the Airport branch in May 2000. The station was built and is operated by a private company, rather than by CityRail, and as a result use of the station requires payment of a Station Access Fee on top of the usual CityRail fares. At Mascot and the preceding station, Green Square, the two Airport line stations which are not actually at the airport, the fee is significantly less than it is at the two Airport stations.

Platforms/Service

Mascot station serves trains on the Airport & East Hills Line. Services run approximately every 10-15 minutes in each direction, with more services during peak hours.

Platform 1:

Platform 2:

  • Airport & East Hills Line - all stations and limited stops services to Kingsgrove, East Hills, Glenfield, Campbelltown and Macarthur via the Airport.

Transport Links

Sydney Buses runs two routes via Mascot station:


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