A new heart for the CBD

The Albert Street station will be a catalyst for further mixed-use commercial, retail, and residential development, at the centre of Brisbane’s central business district.

The new underground station will dramatically improve connectivity to the southern end of the city, providing improved public transport access to more places of work, study and recreation.

Concept image of Albert Street Station Main Entrance

A ‘central station’ for the southern CBD

A new Albert & Mary hub

A new Albert & Mary hub

As the first CBD train station built in more than 120 years, Albert Street station will become the main public transport access point to the southern parts of the CBD, creating opportunities for a new, vibrant city hub just minutes' walk from major recreation and business precincts.

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Unlocking development opportunities

The Albert Street station will be a generate opportunities for new mixed-use development around the station site. The station’s proximity to the City Botanic Gardens, Waterfront Precinct and Queen's Wharf Brisbane will make new development in this precinct even more attractive.

Seeding the Green Spine

Seeding the Green Spine

This new inner-city station will fundamentally change how people move around the city, and over station development will support the Brisbane City Council’s vision to transform Albert Street into a pedestrianised subtropical corridor, extending from Roma Street Parkland north of the CBD to the City Botanic Gardens in the south.

Albert Street Station Precinct Map

This new underground station at Albert Street will become the main public transport access point for Queen Street Mall, QUT’s Gardens Point campus, the 1 William Street parliamentary precinct, the new Queen’s Wharf casino and resort development, an upgraded Eagle Street business district and the City Botanic Gardens.

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