Yeronga station accessibility rebuild update


Yeronga station is now open to customers. Construction activities will continue at the station until late-2022.

A significant amount of work has taken place within the narrow rail corridor since Yeronga station closed in 2021. Essentially, it has meant demolishing significant parts of the old, outdated station and rebuilding it to be ready for the next stage of construction works.

Since Yeronga closed, crews have demolished the existing station buildings, platforms and overpass over the rail corridor and Fairfield Road, rebuilt platforms 1 and 2, constructed a third platform, relocated in-ground services, constructed retaining walls, added new platform slabs, coping stone and tactile and lifted sections of the new pedestrian overpass into place. In addition, temporary services and a ticket office have been installed to support the next stage of construction works.

Cross River Rail would like to thank the community for their patience throughout the closure, and their continued patience while work continues, and station features come online throughout 2022.

Staged Reopening

When the station reopens, Yeronga station will only be accessible via stairs. If you require ramp or lift access, please continue to use Yeerongpilly station or StationLink bus route 109. On opening day, most facilities and infrastructure will be temporary. A temporary ticket office with ticket machine and toilet facilities will be located on Lake Street for station customers. go card readers will be located on both platforms at the entry and exit points.

Construction activities will continue at Yeronga station until late-2022. The below images shows the infrastructure which will be completed between March and late 2022.

artists impression of the new Yeronga station as viewed from the platforms. labels show incomplete parts of the station rebuild

You can read more about the Yeronga station reopening process by using the links below:

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Three construction workers install new rail track

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