Maryborough West railway station

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Maryborough West
Maryborough West Railway Station, Queensland, July 2012.JPG
Station front in July 2012
LocationMaryborough-Biggenden Road, Maryborough
Coordinates25°30′28″S 152°38′12″E / 25.50778°S 152.63667°E / -25.50778; 152.63667Coordinates: 25°30′28″S 152°38′12″E / 25.50778°S 152.63667°E / -25.50778; 152.63667
Owned byQueensland Rail
Operated byTraveltrain
Line(s)North Coast
Distance255.59 kilometres from Central
Structure typeGround
Disabled accessYes
Preceding station   Queensland Rail   Following station
toward Brisbane
Spirit of Queensland
toward Cairns
Electric Tilt Train
toward Rockhampton
Spirit of the Outback
toward Longreach
Former services
Mungar   North Coast line   Colton

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


Maryborough West was opened in 1989 as a replacement for Maryborough and Baddow stations, when the latter was bypassed by a new seven kilometre alignment that was built as part of the electrification of the North Coast line.[1][2]

The station consists of one platform. Opposite the platform lie two crossing loops. South of the station, the old line to Maryborough station branches off. This remains in use to serve the Downer Rail railway workshops.


Maryborough West is served by long-distance Traveltrain services; the Spirit of Queensland,[3] Spirit of the Outback[4] and the Bundaberg and Rockhamption Tilt Trains.[5]

A Queensland Rail shuttle bus operates between the station and the former Maryborough station. A connecting road coach service operated by Wide Bay Transit also operates to Hervey Bay.[5]


  1. ^ Hansard Queensland Parliament 27 February 1986
  2. ^ "The Maryborough Shunt" Railway Digest November 2013 pages 40-43
  3. ^ "Spirit of Queensland timetable" (PDF). Queensland Rail Travel. 14 December 2018.
  4. ^ "Spirit of the Outback timetable" (PDF). Queensland Rail Travel. 14 December 2018.
  5. ^ a b "Tilt Train timetable" (PDF). Queensland Rail Travel. 14 December 2018.

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