Milton railway station, Brisbane

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Milton Railway Station, Queensland, Aug 2012.JPG
Station statistics
Address Milton Road, Milton
Coordinates 27°28′08″S 153°00′19″E / 27.4689°S 153.0052°E / -27.4689; 153.0052Coordinates: 27°28′08″S 153°00′19″E / 27.4689°S 153.0052°E / -27.4689; 153.0052
Platforms 4 total (2 side platforms, 1 island platform)
Other information
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Station code 600279 (platform 1)
600280 (platform 2)
600281 (platform 3)
600282 (platform 4)
Owned by Queensland Rail
Fare zone 1 (TransLink)
go card Top-Up and Purchase
Preceding station   Queensland Rail   Following station
toward Bowen Hills
Ipswich and Rosewood Line
toward Rosewood
toward Bowen Hills
Springfield Line

Milton Station is a railway station in Milton, Brisbane, Australia on the Ipswich and Rosewood and Springfield lines.

The station includes a walkbridge to Suncorp Stadium and is also immediately adjacent the famous Castlemaine Perkins brewery in Milton.


Milton Station opened in 1877, which was followed by the intensified development of Milton in the 1880s.[1]

On Friday 11 June 2010, The Queensland Government approved mixed use development at Milton station, which will see Milton station covered with office and apartment buildings.[2]

Milton station will get a new ticketing office, updated public amenities, increased visibility across platforms & new access points off Milton Road & Railway Terrace. The new apartments are called The Milton Residences & will be a part of Queensland's first transit oriented development.[3] The development is planned to be completed by 2015.

Platform Usage[edit]

1: All outbound services to Springfield Central and Ipswich/Rosewood (excludes pm peak services for Ipswich/Rosewood)

2: Off peak inbound services from Ipswich/Rosewood and am peak and off peak inbound services from Springfield Central

3: Pm peak Ipswich/Rosewood services (most running express to Darra stopping at Indooroopilly)

4: Am peak services from Ipswich/Rosewood and all pm inbound pm peak services

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Stirling Hinchliffe (11 June 2010). "Minister approves Milton Transit Oriented Development". Queensland Government. Retrieved 12 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "Get on track at The Milton". The Milton Residences. Retrieved 2014-01-09. 

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