Harvey railway station, Western Australia


Northbound view in October 2006
Location Harper Street, Harvey
Coordinates 33°05′S 115°53′E / 33.08°S 115.89°E / -33.08; 115.89Coordinates: 33°05′S 115°53′E / 33.08°S 115.89°E / -33.08; 115.89
Owned by Public Transport Authority
Operated by Transwa
Line(s) South Western
Distance 138 kilometres from Perth
Platforms 1
Tracks 1
Structure type Ground
Disabled access Yes
Opened 1893
Preceding station   Transwa Trains network   Following station
towards Perth
towards Bunbury

Harvey railway station is located on the South Western Railway in Western Australia. It serves the town of Harvey.


Harvey station opened in 1893 shortly after the South Western Railway was extended from Pinjarra to Bunbury. In 1936, the station was extended and the building improved with rustic weatherboards to the exterior and the roof tiled. The station became unattended in 1987 with the building now housing the Harvey Railway Station Museum.[1] In 2000, a high-level platform was built as part of a disability upgrade.[2]

The station is today served by Transwa’s twice daily Australind service.[3]


  1. Harvey Railway Station Museum South West Attractions
  2. "Miscellaneous" Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin issue 758 December 2000 page 468
  3. Australind Timetable Transwa
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