Warwick railway station is a Transperth train and bus interchange located 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) north-northwest of Perth railway station in Western Australia, on the Joondalup Line. Prior to the commissioning of the site as a railway station, the location was originally a Bus Interchange known as the Warwick Bus Station. Opened in 1987, it was similar in design and appearance to facilities constructed at Mirrabooka and Rockingham for the same purpose. It provided services connecting the Perth CBD to bus routes servicing the then rapidly expanding northern suburbs. The site also contains a privately operated day care centre which remains in operation to this day.