Yeronga station is closed for approximately 6 months
Yeronga station customers can start looking forward to a new station in the future but right now, to ensure works can be undertaken safely and more efficiently, Yeronga station will be closing from 19 April for approximately six months.
The works at Yeronga station will include raising platform 1 and 2, relocating in-ground services, constructing retaining walls, installing shade canopies and installing new station amenities. When the station reopens to services, construction will continue to complete permanent features. These activities have less of an impact on the operation of the station.
To help customers reach their destination during the station closure, there will be a new, temporary bus service introduced to support these important Cross River Rail works. Route 109 (Moorooka to Boggo Road) – or StationLink – is a limited stops bus service, running inbound and outbound between Moorooka train station to Boggo Road busway station, servicing two new stops and two existing bus stop near Yeronga station.
Access during station closure
Access over the rail corridor is via a temporary overpass from Fairfield Road to Lake Street. Follow the signs to safety navigate through the area.
Construction activities will continue in stages as described below until mid-2022.
- Stage 1: Yeronga station reopened with temporary access via stairs to Platforms 1 and 2
- Stage 2: Construction of the new Platform 3 complete
- Stage 3: Permanent signage, CCTV, lighting and ticketing complete
- Stage 4: New pedestrian overpass with lifts and stairs open
- Stage 5: Parking, bicycle shelter, footpaths and landscaping complete.
To find out more about the Yeronga station rebuild and the benefits, visit the Yeronga station page.