Southern Highlands Line

SN39 Campbelltown-Moss Vale service formed by Endeavour Diesel Multiple Units crossing the Bargo River bridge, 9 December 2017.

Year Opened:

Campbelltown–Menangle 1862; Menangle–Picton 1863; Picton–Mittagong (original line)–Sutton Forest (now Moss Vale) 1867; Picton–Mittagong (current line) 1919; Sutton Forest (now Moss Vale)–Marulan 1868; Marulan–Goulburn 1869

 

Stations:

Macarthur, Menangle Park, Menangle, Douglas Park, Picton, Tahmoor, Bargo, Yerrinbool, Mittagong, Bowral, Burradoo, Moss Vale, Exeter, Bundanoon, Penrose, Wingello, Tallong, Marulan, Goulburn

 

Typical Journey Time:

80 minutes (Campbelltown–Moss Vale); 138 minutes (Campbelltown–Goulburn)

 

Typical Peak Frequency:

45 minutes (Moss Vale)

 

Typical Off-peak Frequency:

60 minutes (Moss Vale)

 

Typical Weekend Frequency:

120 minutes (Moss Vale)

The Southern Highlands region is south-west of Sydney and is serviced by a line that is double track throughout. Most services on the Southern Highlands line operate between Campbelltown and Moss Vale. Goulburn receives four train services on weekdays and three on weekends. The line is serviced by Endeavour DMU railcars, connecting at Campbelltown with electric trains to and from the city. Buses provide some additional services between Moss Vale and Bundanoon, mostly on weekends.