Albion Park railway station is on the Cityrail South Coast line in New South Wales, serving the township of Albion Park Rail. This township is east of the town of Albion Park proper. The station opened in 1887 (as Oak Flats), and a second platform was opened in 2001 as part of the extension of electrification to Kiama. A station 3 km north of the present station opened in 1887 as 'Albion Park', but was later renamed 'Yallah' and closed in 1974. Albion Park has approximately one service to Sydney Terminal and one to Kiama every hour, during weekdays. Passengers heading to Nowra must change at Kiama for a shuttle service to Nowra, however some peak hour services continue to Nowra.