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Community celebrates as Bayswater Station complete

The new Bayswater Station - one of the biggest outside of the CBD – is now officially complete.

Bayswater station will become the meeting point for three train lines - it is already servicing the Midland and Airport lines, with Morley-Ellenbrook line trains on track to start services later this year.

The elevated four-platform station also includes a new bus interchange, car park, bike parking and 10 new retail spaces around the base of the station.

An expression of interest is progressing for the 10 new retail spaces, with the first businesses expected to begin occupying the spaces later this year.

The project has been incredibly complex, delivering an elevated station in a constrained space, while also connecting three separate train lines into one.

Work on the new station started in late 2020 and included a number of significant moments, including the demolition of the iconic Bayswater Bridge. The demolition of the bridge attracted considerable community attention, with plans in place for a public art installation utilising a section of the old bridge.

The southern half of the station was completed and opened in October last year, while work has been continued on the northern half of the station over the past six months. With major works wrapping up in recent weeks, attention has turned to landscaping around the station with more than 170 trees being planted, as well as around 16,000 plants and shrubs in 4300 square metres of new garden beds.

A number of public art pieces are also being finalised and will be installed around the station over the coming months.

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