The proposed Bays Station would be located between Glebe Island and White Bay Power Station, with an entrance to the south of White Bay. It would provide direct access to the future Bays Waterfront Promenade, which would run north to south along White Bay.
As part of enabling the project, Sydney Metro will also undertake road works near the port at White Bay to ensure reliability of the road network and ongoing access to the White Bay Cruise Terminal and other port related businesses within Glebe Island and White Bay.
Along with Parramatta, Sydney Olympic Park and Sydney CBD stops on the proposed Sydney Metro West line, the The Bays metro station will be delivered as an Integrated Station Development (ISD). The overstation development will include commercial, retail and residential space. Further planning considerations are underway to finalise the station design.
|Dec 2018||Initial Packaging Announced|
|Oct 2020||Revised Packaging Announced|
|Oct 2022||EOIs Open|
|Mar 2024||Expected Contract Award|
|Jul 2025||Expected Construction Commencement|
|Procuring Agency:||Sydney Metro|
The Bays Station ISD is expected to be delivered under a D&C contract for the station portion, and as a development agreement for the overstation development.
|Apr 2018||The NSW Government held an industry briefing. Project development and stakeholder engagement strategies were announced.|
|Dec 2018||Second industry briefing held, outlining base case delivery and packaging strategy.|
|May 2020||Geotechnical and utility investigation began in The Bays and Iron Cove.|
|Oct 2020||During a Transport for NSW major projects industry briefing, Sydney Metro announced restructured project packaging for Sydney Metro West. Four stops, including The Bays Station, were confirmed as Integrated Station Developments (ISD).|
|May 2021||Sydney Metro has requested the SEARs for the section of the project between the Bays Precinct and the Sydney CBD.|
Project Overview – Sydney Metro West – December 2019
Scoping Report - Request for Secretary’s Environmental Assessment Requirements
Industry Briefing – December 2018