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KMA - Kaima Railway Station

Station Details
Station CodeKMA
Type of StationRegular
Number of platforms1
Elevation331Meters Above The Sea Level
Airport NearbyKhajuraho Airport/HJR

Kiama is an intercity train station located in Kiama, New South Wales, Australia, on the South Coast railway line. The station serves NSW TrainLink diesel multiple unit trains travelling south to Bomaderry and electric multiple unit trains north to Wollongong and Sydney. Premier Illawarra and Kiama Coaches operate connecting bus services to the surrounding towns of Gerroa, Jamberoo and Shellharbour. Early morning and late night services to and from stations to the south are provided by train replacement bus services. Kiama Station is listed on the state heritage register. As a seaside town, Kiama was initially reliant on coastal shipping for its links to Wollongong and Sydney. The railway first arrived in the Kiama district in November 1887, with the opening of a new station at North Kiama (since renamed Bombo), on the town's northern outskirts. The terminus was only a temporary arrangement, however: the NSW Government Railways had already signed contracts to further extend the railway south the previous year. Kiama was the northernmost station on that extension, built by firm of W. Monie & J. Angus between 1886 and 1893. The new station opened in June 1893. The station precinct included the passenger station building and island platform that exist today, plus a substantial goods yard to the south built to serve the local pastoral and dairy industries – though all that remains of the yard is a turntable, an ash pit and some remnant track. The station building is significant in that it became the model for island platform stations built in NSW over the following 30 years. Electric trains began operating on the line from Dapto to Kiama in November 2001, but the line to the south has remained as non-electrified single track. Since 2001, most northbound trains from Bomaderry have terminated at Kiama, requiring passengers to change to electric multiple unit services heading north. In 2005, the then Minister for Transport, John Watkins, announced that electrification would be extended to the terminus at Bomaderry at an unspecified future date, but the proposal did not progress. Kiama Station was upgraded to be wheelchair-accessible in 2005. In 2014, electronic ticketing in the form of the Opal smart card became available at the station.

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Nearby Stations
Station Code Station Name Distance
SAGM Sagma T 4 Km
SKAR Sakariya 6 Km
STA Satna 6 Km
HNM Hinauta Ramban 9 Km
HATI Hati 11 Km
BGHI Bagahai Road 16 Km
LGCE Lagargawan 17 Km
JTW Jaitwar 17 Km
TZR Turki Road 23 Km
KTHA Khutaha 24 Km
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