Indooroopilly railway station
|Address||Railway Avenue, Indooroopilly|
|Platforms||2 island platforms|
|Opened||14 June 1875|
|Code||600295 (platform 1)
600296 (platform 2)
600297 (platform 3)
600298 (platform 4)
|Owned by||Queensland Rail|
|Fare zone||2 (TransLink)|
The railway west of Brisbane, brought significant growth to suburbs close to the city such as Indooroopilly, Taringa & Toowong. The station was first opened on 14 June 1875 as Witton. It was renamed Indooroopilly in 1879.
In mid-2007, the Queensland Government, through TransLink, provided QR Citytrain with funds to upgrade Indooroopilly Station to improve disability access, attractiveness and security in and around the station. In July 2007, preliminary works began on Platforms 3 & 4, therefore closing both platforms to all trains. In January 2008, Platforms 3 & 4 were reopened and Platforms 1 & 2 closed for renovations. The station upgrades were completed in 2009. 
1: All outbound services to Richlands and Ipswich/Rosewood (excludes pm peak services for Ipswich/Rosewood)
2: Off peak inbound services from Ipswich/Rosewood and am peak and off peak inbound services from Richlands
3: Pm peak Ipswich/Rosewood services (most running express to Darra)
4: Am peak services from Ipswich/Rosewood (most running express to Milton) and all pm inbound pm peak services
See also↑Jump back a section
- Meadows, Jane (1994). Brisbane's Western Suburbs: our heritage in focus. State Library of Queensland Foundation. p. 91. ISBN 0-7242-6077-3.
- Lucas, Paul (2009). "Indooroopilly station goes green in $26.5 million revamp". Queensland Government. Retrieved 12/06/2011.
- Indooroopilly Station at QROTI
- Map for Indooroopilly Railway Station, on ZoomIn.com.au
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