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Cronulla Line

Cronulla station, 5 October 2017.

Year Opened:

Sutherland–Cronulla 1939



Kirrawee, Gymea, Miranda, Caringbah, Woolooware, Cronulla


Typical Journey Time:

54 minutes (Central–Cronulla); 15 minutes (Sutherland–Cronulla)


Typical Peak Frequency:

12 minutes


Typical Off-peak Frequency:

15 minutes


Typical Weekend Frequency:

15 minutes

The Cronulla line is a double-track branch line from Sutherland on the Illawarra line in the southern suburbs of Sydney. It is combined in timetables with the Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra lines. The line was opened as a single-track railway with crossing loops at Gymea and Caringbah. Duplication of the section between Gymea and Caringbah was completed in 1985, and the remainder of the line was duplicated in 2010. Cronulla is the only Sydney beachside suburb serviced by trains.


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