Sydney Metro Stations

Sydney Metro Stations

A first for Australia's Sydney Metro system, six existing train stations – namely Dulwich Hill, Campsie, Punchbowl, Wiley Park, Hurlstone Park, and Belmore – are being upgraded, with the installation of platform screen doors and new Metro service buildings.

While respecting the significant local heritage value, station upgrade works will result in improvements. Levelling and upgrading existing platforms will provide seamless access to the new fully air-conditioned metro trains, eliminating the need for customers to step up or down, while new lifts will be installed at Hurlstone Park, Wiley Park, Punchbowl, and Dulwich Hill stations, connecting the existing concourses to the platform level. Customers will benefit from a new concourse that links them to the Dulwich Hill Light Rail station. Family accessible toilets, metro station services and systems, enhanced station aesthetics, improved lighting, ticketing adjustments, tiling, and paving upgrades. Canopies, shelters, and security fencing with anti-throw screens will also be implemented. Interchanges will see improvements such as bike parking, taxi spaces, kiss-and-ride areas, and accessible parking. Additionally, we are performing the safety assurance of the station construction works as part of the overall delivery.

Gamuda’s exceptional health, safety and environmental management record has been recognised and rewarded multiple times by the British Safety Council, including the following :

  •  International Safety Award (with distinction) in 2015 for MRT Kajang Line
  • International Safety Award (with distinction) in 2019 for MRT Putrajaya Line
  • Five Star Occupational Health & Safety (OSH) Audit in 2018
  • Sword of Honour in 2019

In Australia, Gamuda became the first Malaysian-based company to achieve accreditation from the Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner and we have pre-qualified to work with Transport for New South Wales roadworks level R5, bridgeworks level B4 and financial level F150+ (unlimited).

Internationally, we have maintained key safety certifications in accordance with ISO 9001 – Quality, ISO 14001 – Environmental and ISO 45001 – Occupational Health and Safety Management System Standards.

In fact, the British Safety Council awarded Gamuda the Sword of Honour in 2019 for excellence in safety.

Sydney Metro Environmental Documents

All Sydney Metro West environmental management documentation is available from the Sydney Metro West document library.

As part of our commitment to the surrounding community, we publish environmental management plans and regular reports from the project below:

Current Documents
Superseded Documents