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Warragul railway station is located on the Gippsland line in Victoria, Australia. It serves the town of Warragul, and opened on 1 March 1878.[2] It was the junction station for the branch line to Neerim South and Noojee, which closed in 1958.

PTV regional rail station
Warragul station July18.JPG
Eastbound view in July 2018
Location122 Queen Street[1]
Warragul, Victoria 3820
Coordinates38°09′53″S 145°55′56″E / 38.1647°S 145.9323°E / -38.1647; 145.9323Coordinates: 38°09′53″S 145°55′56″E / 38.1647°S 145.9323°E / -38.1647; 145.9323
Owned byVicTrack
Operated byV/Line
Line(s)Gippsland line
Distance99.67 kilometres from Southern Cross
Platforms2 (1 island)
Train operatorsV/Line
Structure typeAt-grade
Parking200 spaces
Bicycle facilitiesAvailable
Disabled accessYes
Other information
StatusOperational, staffed
Station codeWGL
Fare zone6/7
WebsitePublic Transport Victoria
Opened1 March 1878 (1878-03-01)
Preceding station   V/Line   Following station
Bairnsdale line
towards Bairnsdale
Traralgon line
towards Traralgon
Official nameWarragul Railway Station
CriteriaA, D
Designated20 August 1982
Reference no.H1598[1]

The line between Pakenham to Warragul was duplicated in various stages between 1952 and 1956, and was electrified in 1954.[2] Starting from 15 February 1987,[3] and lasting until December 1998,[2] the station was the terminus of a number of The Met/PTC electric passenger services from Flinders Street. The line was de-electrified beyond Warragul on 28 June 1987,[4] and the overhead support structures were removed in 2005/2006, as part of the Regional Fast Rail project.

The former "A" siding was abolished in 1988, along with alterations to points, signals and levers.[5] Also during 1988, the double line block system between Warragul and Yarragon was abolished,[6] with automatic three position signalling introduced. This introduction also resulted in the abolition of signal boxes "A" and "B".[6]

The tracks in the former yard are now used as storage for concrete sleepers, old and new signals, and rail machines. Tracks on the northern side of the station were moved slightly, to reduce the radius of curves, and allow trains to travel at higher speed.

The station itself was upgraded in 2015.[7] It included a new car park and a bus interchange, a new footbridge next to the Alfred Street overpass and a new road underpass at Normanby Place, located at the Down end of the station.[7]

Platforms & servicesEdit

Warragul has one island platform with two faces. It is served by V/Line Traralgon and Bairnsdale trains.[8][9]

Platform 1:

Platform 2:



  1. ^ a b "Warragul Railway Station". Victorian Heritage Database. Government of Victoria. Archived from the original on 13 May 2018. Retrieved 20 April 2019.
  2. ^ a b c "Warragul". Vicsig. Retrieved 2015-12-18.
  3. ^ Stephen McLean (May 1987). "Timetable Changes and Carriage Working". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. p. 138.
  4. ^ "Works". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. September 1987. p. 284.
  5. ^ "Works". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. August 1988. p. 252.
  6. ^ a b "Works". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. November 1988. p. 347.
  7. ^ a b "All aboard at Warragul Station—precinct upgrade now complete". The Hon Warren Truss. Retrieved 2018-07-22.
  8. ^ Traralgon - Melbourne timetable Public Transport Victoria
  9. ^ Bairnsdale - Melbourne timetable Public Transport Victoria

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