Transport and Logistics.
On the western fringe of the Blue Mountains, Lithgow is at the crossroads of four major highways, is on the western rail line, and is a gateway to both Sydney and Central West NSW.
Lithgow has numerous rail lines that were built around coal mining, oil shale mining, power generation and passenger transport. The Main Western Line (Sydney to Perth) passes through Lithgow and Wallerawang. Lithgow is served by electrified rail service with direct links to Sydney’s CBD.
There are four principle road access routes into Lithgow: the upgraded Great Western Highway, Bells Line of Road, Jenolan Caves Road and the Castlereagh Highway.
Sydney airport is under three hours drive away. Western Sydney Airport (Badgery’s Creek) will be under two hours drive away Bathurst Regional airport is 40 minutes drive away providing Regional Express flights to and from Sydney