Public Transport in Springfield: The Springfield Train Line and Springfield Stations

The Springfield Train Line connects Greater Springfield to the wider Brisbane, Gold Coast and Ipswich regions. The Springfield Train Line, featuring both Springfield Central Station and Springfield Station, allows commuters to travel to Brisbane Central Station in less than 41 minutes and onto the Gold Coast, Brisbane domestic and international airports.

Springfield Central Station is connected via road and pedestrian walkways to Orion Springfield Central, Robelle Domain Parklands and Orion Lagoon, Education City, Health City and Park Avenue Apartments. The local Springfield Station provides access to Springfield and Springfield Lakes and is directly adjacent to Woodcrest College.

The Springfield Train Line comprises of a 9.5km dual-track railway line from Richlands to Springfield. As well as the rail works themselves, the Springfield Train Stations development project was also composed of an auxiliary city-bound lane on the Centenary Highway between Springfield Parkway and Johnson Road, two crossings under the Centenary Highway from Springfield station to the Orion Shopping Centre, a dedicated pedestrian and cycle path connecting Richlands to the Springfield community, Park’n’Ride spaces at both Springfield (100) and Springfield Lakes (200), a 3.5m wide cycle track between Julie Road and Springfield Lakes, bicycle lockers and racks, disability access and CCTV coverage of all areas.

For the latest bus and train information, please visit translink.com.au.

Springfield Train Station Addresses

The Springfield Train Stations are located in Springfield at the following addresses, easily accessible to Greater Springfield residents.

Springfield Central Station Address:

Sir Llew Edwards Drive, Springfield Central QLD 4300

Springfield Station Address:

Nev Smith Drive, Springfield QLD 4300

Springfield Train Stations Development & History

Located in the heart of South East Queensland, the Greater Springfield region has experienced one of the largest population growths in Queensland over the past decade. So, it makes sense that our transit options are constantly improving to reflect the growing needs of our residents. When first constructed, the Springfield Central Station and Springfield Station were designed to service the future development and anticipated growth of the Greater Springfield area.

December 2018 Announcement from Charis Mullen MP regarding  the Queensland Governments Springfield Central Station carpark