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South via Sefton Line

Platform 1, Leightonfield station, 22 December 2017.

Year Opened:

Sefton Park Junction (near Regents Park)–Cabramatta 1924



Berala, Regents Park, Sefton, Chester Hill, Leightonfield, Villawood, Carramar, Cabramatta, Warwick Farm, Liverpool


Typical Journey Time:

62 minutes all stations, 56 minutes semi-express (Central–Liverpool via Bankstown)


Typical Peak Frequency:

15 minutes


Typical Off-peak Frequency:

30 minutes


Typical Weekend Frequency:

30 minutes

The South line via Sefton extends to the south-western suburbs of Sydney. It is double track throughout. Services between the city and Liverpool operate along the Bankstown line, and the lines are combined in timetables. Long-distance trains on the Main South line formerly operated via Strathfield and Regents Park before travelling along the South line via Sefton, but these services now operate along the South via East Hills line. Most trains from the city on the Bankstown line continue to Lidcombe and then return to the city, while other services continue to Liverpool via Sefton. The Southern Sydney Freight Line is adjacent to the South line from near Sefton through to Liverpool, before continuing to Macarthur.



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