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New Ambulance Superstation for the Eastern suburbs 

Friday 4 June 2021

The new NSW Ambulance Superstation at Randwick is officially open, providing a modern ambulance facility for the people of Sydney’s eastern suburbs.   

The state-of-the-art facility features:   

  • parking bays for up to 20 ambulance vehicles  

  • administration, office areas and amenities  

  • on site staff parking  

  • a logistics and storage area  

  • an external wash bay. 

The new superstation has been strategically located, supported by a Make Ready logistics team that performs vital tasks to ensure paramedics can respond to emergencies as quickly as possible.  

The NSW Government’s Sydney Ambulance Metropolitan Infrastructure Strategy (SAMIS) program is the single biggest investment in Sydney’s ambulance infrastructure in the organisation’s 126-year history.  

The new Superstation sits on the corner of Darley Road and King Street, adjacent to TAFE NSW Randwick.   

The NSW Government has now completed 10 NSW Ambulance Superstations, including the new station at Randwick.  Superstations are operational at Artarmon, Caringbah, Haberfield, Northmead, Bankstown, Blacktown, Kogarah, Liverpool and Penrith. Planning is underway for a new Central Sydney Ambulance Superstation.  

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