Forrestfield-Airport Link is a landmark transport project jointly funded by the Australian and Western Australian governments. The new rail service to the eastern suburbs will enhance Perth's transport network, with three new stations at Redcliffe, Airport Central and Forrestfield.
Forrestfield Station will provide an accessible and efficient transport option to and from the city for Perth's growing eastern suburbs and foothills.
Our tunnel boring machines are sprinting towards the end of the year with Grace having tunnelled more than 1300m and Sandy more than 500m.
Located immediately south of the control tower adjacent to Terminal 1 and 2, Airport Central Station will provide passengers with a direct 18-minute train journey to the CBD.
The first station on the Forrestfield Line will now be called Redcliffe. Transport Minister Rita Saffioti announced the name change on December 4, after 81 per cent of residents identified Redcliffe as their preferred name.