Gympie North railway station is located on the North Coast line in Queensland, Australia. It serves the town of Gympie.
Gympie North was opened on 4 February 1989 as a replacement for Gympie station, when the latter was bypassed by a new eight kilometre alignment that was built as part of the electrification of the North Coast line.
The station consists of one platform. Opposite the platform lie two crossing loops, and a siding in which an InterCity Express electric multiple unit stables at night.
Gympie North is the northern boundary of the TransLink network. It is serviced by two daily Citytrain services in each direction.
Gympie North is also served by long-distance Traveltrain services; the Spirit of Queensland, Spirit of the Outback and the Bundaberg and Rockhamption Tilt Trains.
A free Citytrain shuttle bus operates between the station and Gympie town centre.
Services by platform