Ngauranga train station

Ngauranga Train Station currently serves as an active commuter station for the Ngauranga industrial area. Railway tracks sit on either side of the platform — one heading north, the other south. The Melling and Hutt Valley train lines stop here.

A small station building sits on the single island platform, while overhead wiring hangs above the tracks.

Built in 1966, the construction of the Wellington motorway meant a realignment of the railway into Wellington. The station sits on reclaimed land and access is through a subway tunnel under the motorway from Hutt Road.

Location details

Jurisdiction Wellington City Council, Metlink
Permits required Yes, apply for a permit
Location descriptors Bridges, buses, bus stations, car lots, parking lots, car parks, coastal, commuter hubs, cycle lanes, freeways, motorways, highways, infrastructure, junctions, intersections, mass transit, motorcycles, navigation, overpass, pedestrian walkways, public transport, railway stations, train stations, railway tracks, roads, scenic routes, straight, transport, transport networks, trucks, tunnels, underpass, underground/subway, urban, waterways, winding road, open road.