Offering both suburban and intercity services, the Sydney’s Central Station is a main transportation hub of the city. The station is located between Ultimo and Haymarket, near the Eddy Avenue, Chalmers Street, Lee Street and Pitt Street, has 25 platforms and several levels. It is also convenient for travellers, thanks to numerous ATMs located nearby.
ATMs at the station
The station is equipped with three ATMs. Two of them are in Eddy Ave forecourt, near the food bars. The other one is at the intersection of Eddy Ave in Pitt St, next to Countrylink Travel Centre. Two of them belong to the Commonwealth Bank – the second largest bank in Australia. The third one (located in Eddy Ave forecourt) is a Bankwest ATM. Travellers may also withdraw their cash at Seven Eleven store located at Eddy Ave.
There are several ATMs are Lee Street exit (Devonshire St Tunnel), next door to Department of Immigration.
- NAB (located at Lee Street, the name is RediATM)
- Westpac (near the end of Devonshire in the corner of George St and Quay St)
- Encompass Credit Union (just outside Immigration Office)
- Cashcard ATM (near Adina Hotel at Lee St)
Banks near the station
There are no banks’ branches in Sydney railway station. However, there are some of them around Haymarket, at George St, Hay St, Ultimo Rd or Thomas St. These include Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, ANZ, St George and Citibank. The closest NAB Bank is on Harris Street.
Central Sydney train station accepts credit cards or EFTPOS payments for tickets. Therefore, most transactions can be completed without the use of cash.