Coomera railway station

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Coomera Railway Station, Queensland, July 2012.JPG
Northbound view in July 2012
Location Foxwell Road, Coomera
Coordinates 27°51′09″S 153°19′01″E / 27.8525°S 153.3169°E / -27.8525; 153.3169Coordinates: 27°51′09″S 153°19′01″E / 27.8525°S 153.3169°E / -27.8525; 153.3169
Owned by Queensland Rail
Operated by City network
Line(s) Gold Coast
Distance 59.59 kilometres from Central
Platforms 2 (1 island)
Tracks 2
Structure type Ground
Bicycle facilities Yes
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Status Staffed
Station code 600243 (platform 1)
600244 (platform 2)
Fare zone go card 4
Website Queensland Rail
Opened 25 February 1996
Electrified Yes
Preceding station   Queensland Rail   Following station
toward Bowen Hills
Gold Coast Line

Coomera railway station is located on the Gold Coast line in Queensland, Australia. It serves the Gold Coast suburb of Coomera.


Coomera station opened on 25 February 1996 when the Gold Coast line opened from Beenleigh to Helensvale.[1] A track duplication to the south of the station, linking with Helensvale, was completed in October 2017.[2] The new track provides additional capacity in time for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. The duplication required the construction of 8 new rail bridges, including one with a span of 860 metres across the Coomera River, Hope Island Road and Saltwater Creek.[3]


Coomera is served by Gold Coast line services from Varsity Lakes to Bowen Hills, Doomben and Brisbane Airport Domestic.[4]

Services by platform[edit]

Platform Line Destinations Notes
1 Gold Coast Varsity Lakes [5]
2 Gold Coast Bowen Hills, Doomben & Brisbane Airport Domestic [6]
Coomera Railway station main entrance

Transport links[edit]

Surfside Buslines operate seven routes from Coomera station:


  1. ^ "Gold Coast Line Opens" Railway Digest April 1996 page 17
  2. ^ Hon. Jackie Trad (3 October 2017). "$163M Gold Coast rail upgrade complete well ahead of Commonwealth Games" (Press release). Queensland Government. Retrieved 7 December 2017.
  3. ^ "Gold Coast heavy rail duplication on track for Commonwealth Games". Queensland Rail. 16 December 2015. Retrieved 29 October 2016.
  4. ^ Gold Coast line timetable TransLink 20 January 2014
  5. ^ Coomera Platform 1 TransLink
  6. ^ Coomera Platform 2 TransLink
  7. ^ a b c Routes 720, 723, 725 timetable[permanent dead link] TransLink 21 July 2014
  8. ^ a b Routes 721, 722 timetable TransLink 21 July 2014
  9. ^ Route 726 timetable TransLink 21 July 2014
  10. ^ Route 727 timetable TransLink 21 July 2014

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