Fairfield is a CityRail railway station on Sydney
's South line. It serves a residential and commercial area in the suburb of Fairfield. It has a major bus interchange including services further in the Fairfield city and Parramatta
. It has two side platforms, one side for Campbelltown
trains, the other for City Circle via Granville or Blacktown via Parramatta services.
The station was opened with the line in 1856 when a single platform and crossing loop were provided. Because the station ceased to be on the Main South line from the early 1920s, the station is relatively untouched architecturally.The station has street access to both platforms, connected by a footbridge with lifts. It therefore qualifies as having Easy Access for wheelchairs.A set of trailing points at the northern end of the station allows southbound trains to terminate on platform 2 and return to the city. There are, however, no trains currently timetabled to terminate at Fairfield.