Cockburn Central Station is a major bus and rail transfer station located north of the Beeliar Drive and the Kwinana Freeway interchange in Western Australia.
The station, designed by Woodhead, integrates with the Cockburn town centre development. The transit interchange is a vibrant regional hub, serving bus and train commuters and transporting shoppers, workers and residents to and from the Cockburn Central town centre.
The rail station handles around 5,460 passenger-boardings a day together with 600 ‘Park & Ride’ facilities. It is the public transport focus for the area, with local and regional bus routes stopping between the station and the town centre.
The station features a 150-metre island platform, concourse and roof over the concourse area of the station. The station includes a passenger lift, two escalators and stairs to the platform from the concourse. Pedestrian footbridge access provides a link across both carriageways of the Kwinana Freeway.
Bus canopies and bus shelters, together with a ‘Principle Shared Path’ (PSP) connect to the existing PSP and integrate within the station design. Pedestrian and cycle facilities and full universal access standards accommodate passengers from all facets of the community.