On 1 July 2013, NSW TrainLink replaced the Regional train and coach services that were formerly provided by CountryLink. It also took on the Intercity services operating from the Sydney CBD formerly operated by CityRail (now known as Sydney Trains). All NSW TrainLink services are provided by the NSW Government through an overarching entity: NSW Trains.
How has NSW TrainLink changed?
NSW TrainLink’s Regional services now do even more than connect you to destinations around NSW and Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne, through an extensive train and coach network. It has now added Intercity services, for commuters and other travellers who need fast, efficient connections to Sydney.