Just minutes from the CBD, the new Woolloongabba station will transform match day travel for fans attending events at The Gabba. It will also support new housing, offices and retail opportunities as well as new parks and open spaces.View Precinct
The new underground station at Woolloongabba will provide passengers with high frequency services, as well as improved access to The Gabba Stadium and Woolloongabba’s local entertainment district.
Woolloongabba will be just minutes by train to the new Albert Street Station in Brisbane’s CBD as well as the growing health, science and education precinct at Boggo Road.
users per day by 2036
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Woolloongabba Station video tour
This video includes concept developments and designs which are not final or approved.
Woolloongabba station tour. This video contains concepts and designs which are not final or approved.
A cutaway view of the new Woolloongabba station shows the station platform is three levels below ground. The South East Busway is visible at ground level, and the interior of the station shows lifts and escalators to take people between ground level and the underground platform.
A train arrives at the platform and the view zooms in through the train carriage and out the doors onto the station platform. Signage on the opposite side of the platform indicates the north-bound trains depart from that side.
Up three sets of escalators, the ground level concourse has glass walls, revealing a plaza of trees, gardens and concepts for possible commercial, retail and residential developments in the surrounding precinct area beyond the ticket gates.
Woolloongabba Station location
The new underground station is centrally located at Woolloongabba’s major intersection, with easy access to the Woolloongabba Busway station
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Woolloongabba station construction update - November 2019
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Woolloongabba station site compound establishment