Morley-Ellenbrook Line


The Morley-Ellenbrook Line is a new 21km rail line that will travel from Ellenbrook’s growing town centre, down the western side of New Lord Street, through land north of Marshall Road and down the middle of Tonkin Highway, connecting at Bayswater Station on the Midland Line.

Stations will be built at Ellenbrook, Whiteman Park, Malaga, Noranda and Morley with a station planned at Bennett Springs East, as population levels increase and development progresses in the area.

While the route will now be refined during the project definition phase to finalise the exact alignment, design, timing and cost, the confirmation of the line and station locations allows for the environmental approvals process and early market engagement to begin.



The Morley-Ellenbrook Line will serve Perth’s growing north-eastern suburbs and by linking to rail network at Bayswater Station, Morley-Ellenbrook Line passenger will have the choice of travelling to the Airport, Midland, the Perth CBD and beyond.

To find out more about METRONET’s newest job-creating project, visit one of our four community information drop-in sessions where you can share your thoughts with the planning team, ask questions and learn more about what this project means for your local community. You can also have your say on the project by completing our five-minute community survey below.


The Morley-Ellenbrook Line is a new 21km rail line that will travel from Ellenbrook’s growing town centre, down the western side of New Lord Street, through land north of Marshall Road and down the middle of Tonkin Highway, connecting at Bayswater Station on the Midland Line.

Stations will be built at Ellenbrook, Whiteman Park, Malaga, Noranda and Morley with a station planned at Bennett Springs East, as population levels increase and development progresses in the area.

While the route will now be refined during the project definition phase to finalise the exact alignment, design, timing and cost, the confirmation of the line and station locations allows for the environmental approvals process and early market engagement to begin.



The Morley-Ellenbrook Line will serve Perth’s growing north-eastern suburbs and by linking to rail network at Bayswater Station, Morley-Ellenbrook Line passenger will have the choice of travelling to the Airport, Midland, the Perth CBD and beyond.

To find out more about METRONET’s newest job-creating project, visit one of our four community information drop-in sessions where you can share your thoughts with the planning team, ask questions and learn more about what this project means for your local community. You can also have your say on the project by completing our five-minute community survey below.

  • The route and station locations for the Morley-Ellenbrook Line are now confirmed.  The new 21km rail line will travel from Ellenbrook’s growing town centre, down the western side of New Lord Street, through land north of Marshall Road and finally down the middle of Tonkin Highway, connecting at Bayswater Station on the Midland Line.  Stations will be built at Ellenbrook, Whiteman Park, Malaga, Noranda and Morley with a planned station at Bennett Springs East, to be developed when planning for the area is finalised.

    Scoping and design work on the project is now underway and before this is finalised, we’d

    The route and station locations for the Morley-Ellenbrook Line are now confirmed.  The new 21km rail line will travel from Ellenbrook’s growing town centre, down the western side of New Lord Street, through land north of Marshall Road and finally down the middle of Tonkin Highway, connecting at Bayswater Station on the Midland Line.  Stations will be built at Ellenbrook, Whiteman Park, Malaga, Noranda and Morley with a planned station at Bennett Springs East, to be developed when planning for the area is finalised.

    Scoping and design work on the project is now underway and before this is finalised, we’d like to hear your thoughts, not only on the new train line, but also about your local community.  What do you love about it and why do you choose to live there?  How will you use the line? And what would you like the station and the precinct around it to look like? 

    To ensure each station, including the immediate area around them, meets the community’s needs as much as possible, we are seeking your input on a range of items for consideration.  Feedback on your local community will feed into the design brief for each precinct, while your thoughts on the project will help guide our communications.  

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