Bundaberg railway station

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Bundaberg Railway Station, Queensland, July 2012.JPG
Northbound view from Platform 1 in July 2012
Location McLean Street, Bundaberg
Commonwealth of Australia
Coordinates 24°52′05″S 152°20′43″E / 24.86806°S 152.34528°E / -24.86806; 152.34528Coordinates: 24°52′05″S 152°20′43″E / 24.86806°S 152.34528°E / -24.86806; 152.34528
Owned by Queensland Rail
Operated by Traveltrain
Line(s) North Coast
Distance 335.98 kilometres from Central
Platforms 2 (1 side, 1 bay)
Tracks 6
Structure type Ground
Disabled access Yes
Electrified Yes
Preceding station   Queensland Rail   Following station
toward Brisbane
Spirit of Queensland
toward Cairns
toward Brisbane
Electric Tilt Train
toward Rockhampton
toward Brisbane
Spirit of the Outback
toward Longreach
Former services
Thabeban   North Coast line   North Bundaberg

Bundaberg railway station is located on the North Coast line in Queensland, Australia. It serves the city of Bundaberg.


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.[1] It is now in use as a museum. The station has one side platform and a south facing bay platform. A yard exists opposite the station.


Bundaberg is served by long-distance Traveltrain services; the Spirit of Queensland, Spirit of the Outback and Rockhamption Tilt Train.[2][3][4]

It is also the terminal point for a Tilt Train service.[4] It was previously served by the Bundaberg Mail.[5]


  1. ^ Bundaberg Railway Museum Queensland Rail Heritage
  2. ^ Spirit of Queensland timetable Archived 11 March 2015 at the Wayback Machine. Queensland Rail 1 January 2015
  3. ^ Spirit of the Outback timetable Archived 11 March 2015 at the Wayback Machine. Queensland Rail 1 January 2015
  4. ^ a b Tilt Train timetable Archived 13 May 2014 at the Wayback Machine. Queensland Rail 20 September 2013
  5. ^ The Bundaberg Mail and its Day Train Counterpart Milne, Rod Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin May 2000 pp165-171

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