Pimpama Station

Cross River Rail is transforming the way we travel across all of South East Queensland. The Cross River Rail Delivery Authority is continuing with planning of three new rail stations on the Gold Coast Line to help connect South East Queensland’s growing population. Stations are being planned for Pimpama, Helensvale North and Merrimac.

Following consultation on the concept design in October 2019, the design for Pimpama Station has been refined and we are now seeking further feedback.

Feedback on the detailed design will be used to inform the final design for construction.

Early investigations commenced in January 2021 which included geotechnical works, surveys, utility identification and environmental studies including heritage, flora and fauna. The investigations and key outcomes include:

  • Flora and fauna surveys have found no recorded threatened species at the station site
  • Cultural heritage assessments undertaken during the development of the business case identified no areas of cultural significance.
  • Flood and surface water modelling indicates the proposed design does not impact stormwater drainage, flood and surface water levels
  • Noise monitoring was undertaken to inform management strategies
  • Geotechnical assessments were undertaken to confirm ground conditions

Early construction works on the station access road are planned to start in late 2021 with major construction commencing in 2022.

An artist impression of the future Pimpama station

An artist impression of the future Pimpama station.

To see what the new Pimpama station could like once complete, use our online panorama tool.
 

Early Works – station access road and drainage

Construction to enable station access will be undertaken as an early works package, commencing in late 2021.

The works will include a new signalised intersection at Bedford Road and the Old Pacific Highway with connecting pedestrian and cycle pathways.

The Delivery Authority will manage construction activities and residents and businesses will be notified prior to construction commencing.

Benefits for Pimpama

Pimpama station will provide the local community with greater access to convenient rail services; expanding options for easy travel within the Gold Coast, as well as to Brisbane.
Aerial view of the new Pimpama station with new station features indicated.

The new Pimpama station will include the following features:

1. Stage 1 – approximately 230 car parks
2. Stage 2 – provision for approximately 150 car parks (380 total)
3. Stage 3 – provision for approximately 200 car parks (580 total)
4. Lighting and CCTV throughout carpark and station
5. Five accessible car parks
6. Through-lift on each platform
7. Accessible kiss ‘n’ ride bays
8. Accessible taxi bays
9. Bus stops
10. Undercover lock-up enclosure for 40 bicycles
11. Planned connections to local pedestrian and cycle paths
12. Existing pedestrian connection
13. Station building and ticketing
14. Stairs connecting entry level to overpass
15. Pedestrian overpass
16. Bioretention (storm water) basin

 

Station Location

Access to the new Pimpama station will be from the Old Pacific Highway and will be delivered as part of the early works package. Pimpama station is scheduled to be open in time for the first Cross River Rail services to the Gold Coast.

map of the planned Pimpama station.

 

Get involved and have your say

You can fill out the online survey and we will be holding community drop-in sessions where you can meet the team, ask questions and provide face-to-face feedback on the Pimpama station detailed designs.

Online

Contribute your local knowledge and provide comments via our online survey.

Community drop-in session

Drop in anytime at the sessions below.

Pimpama City Shopping Centre (102 Pimpama Jacobs Well Road, Pimpama):

  • Thursday 22 July, 3pm – 7pm
  • Friday 23 July, 10am – 2pm
  • Saturday 24 July, 10am – 2pm
  • Thursday 29 July, 3pm – 7pm
  • Saturday 31 July, 10am – 2pm

Bim’Bimba Park (188 Gainsborough Drive, Pimpama):

  • Saturday 24 July, 7am – 10am
  • Saturday 31 July, 7am – 10am

Community consultation will be open until Saturday 7 August 2021.

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