Mandurah Line

B Series trains, Mandurah station, 7 October 2009.

Year Opened:

Perth–Mandurah 2007

 

Stations:

Perth Underground, Elizabeth Quay, Canning Bridge, Bull Creek, Murdoch, Cockburn Central, Aubin Grove, Kwinana, Wellard, Rockingham, Warnbro, Mandurah

 

Typical Journey Time:

51 minutes (Perth Underground–Mandurah)

 

Typical Peak Frequency:

5 minutes (Cockburn Central); 10 minutes (Mandurah)

 

Typical Off-peak Frequency:

15 minutes

 

Typical Weekend Frequency:

15 minutes

The Mandurah line runs south from Perth to Mandurah, the second-largest city in Western Australia. It is Perth’s longest suburban or interurban railway line. Between Perth Underground and Elizabeth Quay the line is underground, and then it runs in the median strip of the Kwinana Freeway to near Kwinana. The line was opened in December 2007 and is double track throughout. Services on the Mandurah line stop at all stations, reaching up to 130 km/h. Peak hour services typically alternate between trains terminating at Cockburn Central and trains terminating at Mandurah. One morning service terminates at Rockingham. Services from the Mandurah line typically extend to Joondalup after travelling through the city.