Dutton Park railway station

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Dutton Park
Dutton Park Railway Station, Queensland, July 2012.JPG
Southbound view from Platform 2 in May 2012
Location Railway Terrace, Dutton Park
Coordinates 27°29′59″S 153°01′45″E / 27.4998°S 153.0291°E / -27.4998; 153.0291Coordinates: 27°29′59″S 153°01′45″E / 27.4998°S 153.0291°E / -27.4998; 153.0291
Owned by Queensland Rail
Operated by City network
Line(s) Beenleigh
Distance 5.93 kilometres from Central
Platforms 2 side
Tracks 3
Structure type Ground
Other information
Station code 600051 (platform 1)
600193 (platform 2)
Fare zone go card 2
Website Queensland Rail
Opened 1884
Electrified Yes
Previous names Boggo Junction
Preceding station   Queensland Rail   Following station
toward Bowen Hills
Beenleigh Line
toward Beenleigh

Dutton Park railway station is located on the Beenleigh line in Queensland, Australia. It serves the Brisbane suburb of Dutton Park.

To the west of the station lies the NSW North Coast dual gauge line primarily used by Gold Coast, NSW TrainLink XPT and freight services.[1]


Dutton Park station opened in 1884 as Boggo Junction. It was the junction of the Wooloongabba line from 1884 until 1989. It was renamed Dutton Park in 1914.[2][3]

In September 1930, the standard gauge New South Wales North Coast line opened to the west of the station.[4] In 1995, as part of the construction of the Gold Coast line, the standard gauge line was converted to dual gauge.[5]

In early 2014, it was announced that Dutton Park would be closed if the Bus & Train Tunnel proceeded, because it would reduce the overall cost of the project, principally by ensuring that no surface-level private residential property acquisition would be required.[6][7]

In June 2014, it was announced that by slightly increasing the gradient of the line, the project could proceed without the need to demolish Dutton Park station.[8][9][10] The project was cancelled in March 2015.[11]


Dutton Park station is served by all stops Beenleigh line services from Beenleigh, Kuraby and Coopers Plains to Bowen Hills and Ferny Grove.[12]

Until June 2011, Dutton Park was also served by services to Corinda via the Yeerongpilly-Corinda line.[13][14]

Services by platform[edit]

Platform Lines Destinations Notes
1 Beenleigh Coopers Plains, Kuraby & Beenleigh [15]
2 Beenleigh Bowen Hills & Ferny Grove [16]


  1. ^ Yeronga - Park Road SA Track & Signal
  2. ^ Dutton Park Centre for the Government of Queensland
  3. ^ Why Boggo? Boggo Road Gaol Historical Society
  4. ^ "Brisbane Express First Train Leaves via North Coast Route" Sydney Morning Herald 27 September 1930
  5. ^ "Rails return to the Gold Coast" Railway Digest August 1996 page 19
  6. ^ Closure of Dutton Park Rail Station Queensland Government
  7. ^ "Brisbane's BaT project planning takes flight - but awaits funding" Railway Digest June 2014 pages 28-31
  8. ^ BaT changes include Dutton Park railway station and Victoria Park Queensland Government 25 June 2014
  9. ^ Queensland Government not closing Dutton Park train station for BAT Tunnel ABC News 25 June 2014
  10. ^ "Dutton Park station to remain" Railway Digest August 2014 page 14
  11. ^ Brisbane's BaT tunnel cancelled Australian Tunneling Society 6 March 2015
  12. ^ Beenleigh line timetable TransLink 20 January 2014
  13. ^ Beenleigh line timetable TransLink 23 February 2009
  14. ^ Change to route 104 services TransLink
  15. ^ Dutton Park Platform 1 TransLink
  16. ^ Dutton Park Platform 2 TransLink

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