Bundaberg railway station
|Address||McLean Street, Bundaberg
|Line(s)||North Coast Line|
|Platforms||island platform (one side is a bay)|
Bundaberg railway station is on the North Coast railway line, Queensland. Bundaberg is serviced by several Queensland Rail passenger trains, including the Tilt Train and is approximately four and a half hours north of Brisbane by rail, a vast improvement on days gone by when Bundaberg was an overnight journey away.
Bundaberg's first railway station, on the Mount Perry railway line, was built in 1881 as a transfer station to the Bundaberg docks for shipping coal from nearby mines. It is now in use as a museum.
- The Bundaberg Mail and its Day Train Counterpart Milne, Rod Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin, May, 2000 pp165-171
- Internet Archive Wayback Machine
- Queensland's Rail Heritage: Bundaberg Railway Museum