Adelaide Railway Station

In conjunction with work on Adelaide Festival Plaza, the Adelaide Railway Station is set to transform into a unique standalone destination that excites and connects people.

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About the Adelaide Railway Station

The Adelaide Railway Station has been an active passenger railway terminal for the last 90 years. Last year nearly 12 million paying patrons boarded or disembarked trains there, which equates to around 230,000 people using the station every week.

Located in the heart of the Adelaide Riverbank, the Adelaide Railway Station is one of the CBD’s busiest destinations, attracting a steady mix of commuters, city workers, tourists and event-goers.

It is surrounded by exciting development projects, which are transforming the Adelaide Riverbank and cementing its position as South Australia’s premier destination.

Situated on the primary thoroughfare from the city centre to the heart of the Adelaide Riverbank, the Adelaide Railway Station’s northern doors provide direct access to the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Festival Centre, Elder Park and the growing number of restaurants and bars along the Torrens River.

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