Loganlea station relocation and park 'n' ride expansion

We are relocating Loganlea station and the park 'n' ride closer to Logan Hospital.

Loganlea station is an important transport hub that helps the surrounding community connect to South East Queensland (SEQ). With nearby health, education and community services, a safe and accessible station design is vital for those who live, visit and work in the area.

The Australian and Queensland governments are planning to relocate and upgrade the Loganlea station and park 'n' ride, to make sure it can accommodate future growth in the region and deliver the most benefits to the community.

The draft design for the station was completed in 2021, including plans for what the proposed Loganlea station and park 'n' ride may look like.

Feedback received on the draft design has been used to inform the design for the station, ahead of construction which is expected to commence in 2024. The Loganlea station relocation is planned to be delivered ahead of the Logan and Gold Coast Faster Rail project.


  • Improves safety
  • Improves network efficiency
  • Increases car parks
  • Contributes to economy
  • Better active transport

Key features

The Loganlea station relocation project will deliver:

  • improved access to the station with ramps, stairs and lifts from Valencia Street and Armstrong Road
  • better connectivity to local facilities and across the rail line
  • an upgraded park ‘n’ ride
  • a new station building to include real-time display screens, new wayfinding signage and hearing loops
  • improved safety by increasing visibility to the station concourse and platforms and providing additional lighting and CCTV
  • raised platforms to allow level access to trains
  • a secure storage cage for bicycle and scooter parking
  • platform widening and tactile ground surface indicators on platforms
  • provision for fare gates to the platforms that can only be accessed by customers
  • provision for future track and platform expansion, enabling the delivery of the Logan and Gold Coast Faster Rail project.


The Australian Government and Queensland Government are funding the project. Investment ID 1490266

Total investment
$125 million
Australian Government
$65 million
Queensland Government
$60 million

Current status

The detailed design for the Loganlea station relocation has now been released and engagement is underway. 

Procurement activities are underway, ahead of expected contract award in 2024.

Community engagement

The detailed design for the Loganlea station relocation has been released and we’d like to hear what you think about this project and the Logan and Gold Coast Faster Rail project. 

You are now invited to complete an online survey or visit a drop-in session to find out more about the latest design. 

Consultation closes at 11:59pm on Sunday 10 December 2023.

Community drop-in sessions 

Date and time Location
Wednesday 15 November
The Mall Beenleigh
40-68 Main Street, Beenleigh
Thursday 16 November

The Mall Beenleigh
40-68 Main Street, Beenleigh

Saturday 18 November

Beenleigh Marketplace
114-118 George Street, Beenleigh

Wednesday 22 November
Bethania Community Hall
88-118 Station Road, Bethania
Thursday 23 November
Bethania Community Hall
88-118 Station Road, Bethania
Sunday 26 November
Global Food Markets
Croydon Road, Woodridge
Wednesday 29 November
Underwood Marketplace
3215 Logan Road, Underwood 
Thursday 30 November
Underwood Marketplace
3215 Logan Road, Underwood
Saturday 2 December
Logan Central Plaza
38-74 Wembley Road, Logan Central

Tuesday 5 December

Meadowbrook Shopping Centre
261 Loganlea Road, Meadowbrook
Wednesday 6 December

Meadowbrook Shopping Centre
261 Loganlea Road, Meadowbrook

Previous consultation

Early engagement started in December 2019. To determine community priorities and inform project planning, community consultation was conducted in September and October 2020.

In September and October 2021, we asked for your feedback on the draft Loganlea station and park 'n' ride design.

The feedback gathered highlighted your key priorities as accessibility and connectivity, security and safety, and parking. To finalise the design, we considered active transport and pedestrian connections, specific safety features, and measures to discourage non-commuters from parking at the station.

The insights are outlined in a summary report which have informed the detailed design.

View the consultation and engagement insights summary.

Field investigations

You might notice some field investigations being conducted around the new Loganlea station location. This information will help us understand more about the existing conditions and environment along the rail corridor.

If we need access to private property, we will contact the owners in advance to make suitable arrangements.


We started the procurement process in late 2023, and expect to appoint contractors in 2024, subject to government approvals.

Construction timeframes will be confirmed once contractors have been appointed.

Land acquisition

Land required for the construction was compulsorily acquired in April 2023 under the Acquisition of Land Act 1967 (Qld)