Manly railway station

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Manly Railway Station, Queensland, Aug 2012.JPG
Northbound view in August 2012
LocationErnest Street, Manly
Coordinates27°27′24″S 153°10′49″E / 27.4567°S 153.1803°E / -27.4567; 153.1803Coordinates: 27°27′24″S 153°10′49″E / 27.4567°S 153.1803°E / -27.4567; 153.1803
Owned byQueensland Rail
Operated byCity network
Distance24.08 kilometres from Central
Platforms2 (1 island)
Structure typeGround
Parking219 bays
Bicycle facilitiesYes
Disabled accessAssisted
Other information
Station code600630 (platform 1)
600631 (platform 2)
Fare zonego card 2
Preceding station Queensland Rail Following station
Wynnum Central
towards Bowen Hills
Cleveland Line Lota
towards Cleveland

Manly railway station is located on the Cleveland line in Queensland, Australia. It serves the Brisbane suburb of Manly.


Manly station opened in 1888 as the original terminus of the line.[1] The line was later extended to the original Cleveland station in 1889.[2]

In 1992, the original timber station was demolished after becoming infested with termites.[3] To the west of the station lies a City network stabling yard.


Manly is served by Cleveland line services from Shorncliffe, Northgate, Doomben and Bowen Hills to Cleveland.[4] During peak hour some services terminate at Manly rather than continue to Cleveland.[4]

Services by platform[edit]

Platform Line Destinations Notes
1 Cleveland Bowen Hills, Northgate, Doomben & Shorncliffe [5]
2 Cleveland Cleveland [6]

During peak hour some services depart from different platforms.[5][6]


  1. ^ Kerr, J. 'Triumph of Narrow Gauge' Boolarong Publications 1990
  2. ^ "Cleveland Central station". The Brisbane Courier. QLD. 28 November 1925. p. 3. Retrieved 28 February 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ R, Johnson (24 March 1992). "Demolition of Manly Rail Station Upsets Residents". The Courier-Mail (3 ed.). p. 6.
  4. ^ a b "Cleveland Line timetable". TransLink. 2 March 2020.
  5. ^ a b Manly Platform 1 TransLink
  6. ^ a b Manly Platform 2 TransLink

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