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Toilet access at stations

People with disabilities are given priority entry to accessible toilets at stations and on trains. Look for the accessibility symbol on the outside of the toilet.

Stations

You will find toilets, unisex accessible and ambulant accessible toilets at many train stations in NSW. A baby change table is available in most unisex accessible toilets.

If the toilet is locked, please ask staff if the toilets can be opened. If they are closed for cleaning or security reasons, they will let you know. Toilets at stations may be locked outside staff hours for security reasons.

Trains

Intercity and regional trains have toilets on board. On the Central Coast & Newcastle Line, toilets are only open in the outer suburban and intercity areas.

Key access to accessible toilets at train stations

Selected stations have accessible toilets signed and fitted with a Master Locksmith Access Key lock (MLAK).

To be eligible to purchase a key from a Master Locksmith you must have a disability and written authority from a doctor, disability organisation, local council or community centre.

For more information and to apply for key access:

Stations with locked accessible toilets

You can apply for a toilet key at these stations:

  • Ashfield
  • Auburn
  • Bondi Junction
  • Caringbah
  • Central
  • Chatswood
  • Circular Quay
  • Croydon
  • Edgecliff
  • Epping
  • Erskineville
  • Glenfield
  • Gymea
  • Harris Park
  • Hornsby
  • Katoomba
  • Kiama
  • Kingsgrove
  • Kirrawee
  • Liverpool
  • Macquarie Park
  • Macquarie University
  • Martin Place
  • Miranda
  • Newtown
  • North Ryde
  • Penrith
  • Picton
  • Quakers Hill
  • Seven Hills
  • Schofields
  • Strathfield
  • Sydenham
  • Thirroul
  • Town Hall
  • Wollongong
  • Woolooware