Berowra railway station is a station on the Main North railway line in Berowra, New South Wales
, and is the northern suburban terminus of the Sydney
CityRail network. The station serves the town of Berowra. It consists of three platforms with lift and stair access from over-bridge at the northern end of the station. Berowra is served by suburban trains of the North Shore line and the 'intercity' Newcastle
& Central Coast line.
Berowra station opened in 1887 with the opening of the railway line. Initially 2 platforms in an island configuration were provided at the station.The new platform was built to accommodate a full 8 car intercity train length, whereas the existing 2 platforms can accommodate only 7 intercity car lengths. The upgrade also included provision of Easy Access facilities, a new over-rail bridge for general station access and additional wet weather protection.