Turramurra is a railway station on the North Shore Line serving the suburb of Turramurra in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It has two platforms consisting of a single island, accessed by a footbridge at the southern end and another at the northern end.
It is served by 4 trains per hour with additional trains during peak hours.
In 2007 a start was made to provide Easy Access
facilities at this station, which will mainly consist of a lift
to provide access for wheelchairs and prams from the overhead footbridge to platform level. The awnings protecting against sun and rain are also being extended. Since the footbridge is located where the platform is in a cutting
, it also has level access to the streets on either side. The existing footbridge has been demolished and a temporary one has been erected at the opposite end of the platform. The new footbridge and lift was opened on the 12th May, 2008.
- North Shore Line - all stations and limited stops services, and peak hour intercity services to Central; then to Blacktown, Penrith, Emu Plains, Riverstone, or Richmond via the Western Line, or and peak hour services to Eastwood and Hornsby via the Northern Line.
- North Shore Line - all stations and limited stops services to Hornsby & Berowra; peak hour intercity services to Gosford and Wyong.
Turramurra station has a taxi rank nearby and is the terminus for these Shorelink bus routes:
It is also served by the N90 NightRide route with the bus stop being around 200m away from the station along the Pacific Highway.
The Up platform which was the original platform in single line days is completely straight, while the Down platform which was added with duplication has a sharp curve in it that imposes a speed limit of 40km/h.