The new Redcliffe Peninsula line is now open!

Redcliffe Peninsula line

The once-in-a-generation project will transform the region, delivering:

  • 12.6km dual-track passenger rail line from Petrie to Kippa-Ring
  • six new stations at Kallangur, Murrumba Downs, Mango Hill, Mango Hill East, Rothwell and Kippa-Ring
  • an upgrade to Petrie station
  • more than 650 new weekly train services
  • trains every six to 12 minutes in peak times
  • express services all day
  • a consistent 55 minute journey between Kippa-Ring and Brisbane Central stations
  • 2850 car parks across, including 400 at Kippa-Ring, 600 at Rothwell, 200 at Mango Hill, 350 at Mango Hill East, 1000 at Murrumba Downs and 300 at Kallangur.

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Where is my closest station?

  • Kippa-Ring station: located on Hindmarsh Street (new access road between Anzac Avenue and Hercules Road)
  • Rothwell station: located on the southern end of McKillop Street, accessible off Warbrick Way (new access road off Anzac Avenue)
  • Mango Hill East station: located on Glendalough Court (new access road off St Benedicts Close)
  • Mango Hill station: located on Meyers Circuit (new access road between Halpine Drive and Linear Drive)
  • Murrumba Downs station: located on Onyx Drive (new access road between Cecily Street and Brays Road)
  • Kallangur station: located on Gallipoli Way (new access road between Goodfellows Road and Dohles Rocks Road).

This timetable will maximise the benefits for the greatest number of customers across the northern rail corridor and will allow Queensland Rail to service the Moreton Bay Region with its existing train fleet.

View the Redcliffe Peninsula line timetable

Redcliffe Peninsula line trains will share the existing rail line with Caboolture and Sunshine Coast services from Petrie to Brisbane Central stations.

Your new Caboolture and Sunshine Coast timetables will deliver:

  • express services all day, every day, in both directions
  • simplified stopping patterns
  • reduce travel times by up to 13 minutes
  • two extra inbound, off-peak services from the Sunshine Coast each weekday
  • replace Nambour to Caboolture shuttle trains with full Nambour to Brisbane Central services.

View your new Caboolture line timetable

View your new Sunshine Coast line timetable

Caboolture and Sunshine Coast services will run express all day between Petrie and Bowen Hills, stopping only at Northgate and Eagle Junction stations, significantly reducing travel times by up to 13 minutes for outer urban commuters.

Redcliffe Peninsula Line trains will also run express between Northgate and Bowen Hills, stopping only at Eagle Junction station to provide a reduced journey time for commuters.

These changes mean there will be a slight service decrease at Nundah, Toombul, Wooloowin and Albion stations.

Peak service frequency

To maintain high service frequency for customers at these stations, 17 extra daily peak services will run between Northgate and Roma Street stations, with an extra nine in the morning peak and eight in the afternoon peak.

These additional Northgate to Roma Street services will mean frequency during peak times will remain as high as every six minutes or better at Albion and Wooloowin stations and every 7.5 minutes at Nundah and Toombul stations.

Albion and Wooloowin stations will also continue to be serviced by Shorncliffe, Airport and Doomben line trains and will still be among the most frequently serviced stations in peak times on the Citytrain network.

Nundah and Toombul stations will also continue to be serviced by Shorncliffe line trains and will still have more peak services than three quarters of the train network. Service levels at these stations will be comparable to other stations the same distance from the CBD, such as Cannon Hill, Corinda and Mitchelton.

Off-peak service frequency

There are currently some service gaps of up to 23 minutes in off-peak services at these stations. By introducing the extra services between Northgate and Roma Street stations, trains will consistently run every 15 minutes in off-peak and on weekends.

Customer loading

Customers at Nundah, Toombul, Wooloowin and Albion stations will have a better chance of getting a seat in peak hours if boarding a Northgate to Roma Street service, departing every 15 minutes in core peak times (7.30am-8.30am and 4.30pm-5.30pm). Services from these stations will also run every half hour or better for the remainder of the day.

Your local bus network has also changed to provide an integrated network for the region.

Key features of the bus network include:

  • 17 bus routes servicing five new train stations
  • six bus routes maintaining connections to stations on the Caboolture line
  • new public transport corridors across the Redcliffe Peninsula, utilising the grid network of roads
  • a closer and easier connection to trains for residents currently using Dakabin or Petrie stations
  • expanded coverage to service new and growing residential areas, including Griffin, Kallangur, Dakabin and Mango Hill
  • more coverage to previously unserviced areas of Petrie
  • more consistent route numbers and some combined routes to make the network easier to use and understand.

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 30 minutes, 5.25am–8.45pm
  • Saturday: Every 30 minutes, 7.20am–5.15pm
  • Sunday: Every 45 minutes, 7.50am–5.30pm

Features:

  • Will connect to trains at the new Kippa-Ring station
  • No longer services stops on Anzac Avenue (at Kroll Street) because of diversion to the new station

Changes following consultation

  • No changes from consultation

Route 660 map (PDF, 2.8MB)

Route 660 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 30 minutes, 6.17am–7.42pm
  • Saturday: Every 30 minutes, 7.22am–4.36pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 8.20am - 4.40pm

Features:

  • This is a new service covering area of Deception Bay which are currently serviced by route 668
  • Wil connect to trains at the new Rothwell station
  • Will service Deception Bay south and parts of west Rothwell

Changes following consultation

  • Two extra services in the morning on the inbound services every weekday

Route 662 map (PDF, 1.9MB)

Route 662 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 30 minutes, 5.18am–8.13pm
  • Saturday: Every 30 minutes, 7.18am–5.13pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 8.18am–5.13pm

Features:

  • Route will now service the new Rothwell station

Changes following consultation

  • No changes from consultation

Route 665 map (PDF, 2.8MB)

Route 665 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 30 minutes, 6.16am–7.14pm
  • Saturday: Every 30 minutes, 7.16am–4.14pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 8.16am–5.42pm

Features:

  • Route will run from Narangba station to North Lakes bus station
  • Connections at North Lakes bus station to other local services
  • Will no longer service Deception Bay and Deception Bay Shopping Centre

Changes following consultation

  • No changes from consultation

Route 668 map (PDF, 2.MB)

Route 668 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 15 minutes peak, Every 60 minutes off-peak, 5.35am–7.21pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 8.29am–6.04pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 8.29am–5.04pm

Features:

  • Route will connect with trains at the new Kallangur station
  • Increased operating hours
  • Increased frequency during peak hours
  • Will provide a new connection to the North Lakes health precinct and North Lakes bus station
  • Will no longer service Petrie station

Changes following consultation

  • One extra evening service on outbound services every weekday

Route 676 map (PDF, 2.8MB)

Route 676 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 15 minutes peak, Every 60 minutes off-peak, 5.42am–8.52pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 9.01am–5.35pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes 9.01am–5.35pm

Features:

  • Will connect with trains at the new Murrumba Downs station
  • Will service the Griffin residential area
  • Increased operating hours
  • Increased frequency in peak hours

Changes following consultation

  • One extra evening outbound service every weekday

Route 679 map (PDF, 1.9MB)

Route 679 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 15 minutes peak, every 30 minutes off-peak, every 60 minutes late off-peak, 4.55am–10.36pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 6.58am–8.04pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 6.58am–7.04pm

Features:

  • Will connect with trains at the new Kippa-Ring station
  • Increased frequency in peak hours
  • Will no longer service stops on Anzac Avenue (at Kroll Street) because of the diversion to the new station

Changes following consultation

  • No changes from consultation

Route 680 map (PDF, 1.3MB)

Route 680 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 30 minutes peak, every 60 minutes off-peak, 5.54am–11.53am
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 7.25am–11.54am

Features:

  • Will work with route 682 to provide an all-day connection to the new Mango Hill station
  • Will run from North Lakes to Mango Hill residential area to Mango Hill station and then back to North Lakes (clockwise)
  • Route will be expanded into the growing Mango Hill community
  • Will no longer connect to Petrie station

Changes following consultation

  • Five new services on Sunday

Route 681 map (PDF, 1.9MB)

Route 681 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Peak: Every 30 minutes peak, every 60 minutes off-peak, 12.37pm–6.39pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 12.36pm–6.08pm

Features:

  • Will work with route 681 to provide an all-day connection to the new Mango Hill station
  • Will run the opposite direction to route 681–from North Lakes to Mango Hill station and then to Mango Hill residential area and back to North Lakes (anti-clockwise)
  • Route will be expanded into the growing Mango Hill community
  • Will no longer connect to Petrie station

Changes following consultation

  • Six new services on Sunday

Route 682 map (PDF, 1.9MB)

Route 682 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 45 minutes peak, every 60 minutes off-peak, 5.45am–7.36pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 7.16am–4.46pm

Features:

  • Will connect with trains at the new Kallangur station
  • Will service western Kallangur and Dakabin

Changes following consultation

  • 10 new services on Sunday

Route 683 map (PDF, 1.8MB)

Route 683 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 45 minutes peak, every 60 minutes off-peak, 5.34am–7.52pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 7.51am–5.32pm

Features:

  • Will connect with trains at the new Kallangur station
  • Will be realigned to use the new Plantation Road overpass (improving service reliability)
  • Will no longer service Anzac Avenue
  • Increased operating hours
  • Increased frequency during peak periods

Changes following consultation

  • 10 new services in each direction on Sunday

Route 684 map (PDF, 2.0MB)

Route 684 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 45 minutes peak, every 60 minutes off-peak, 5.46am–7.58pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 8.04am–6pm,

Features:

  • Route will connect with trains at the new Kallangur station
  • Route alignment will use the new Plantation Road overpass (improving service reliability)
  • Will no longer service Anzac Avenue
  • Increased operating hours
  • Increased frequency during peak hours

Changes following consultation

  • 10 new services in each direction on Sunday

Route 685 map (PDF, 2.0MB)

Route 685 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 30 minutes peak, every 60 minutes off-peak, 5.57am–6.50pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 8.04am–6.27pm

Features:

  • Route will connect with trains at Petrie station
  • Consistent route path all day
  • Will service residential area south of Dayboro Road, providing a service to the area for the first time

Changes following consultation

  • No changes from consultation

Route 686 map (PDF, 3.3MB)

Route 686 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 15 minutes peak, every 30 minutes off-peak, 4.42am–9.50pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 7.42am–8.20pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 7.42am–6.20pm

Features:

  • Route will connect with trains at the new Mango Hill station
  • Will no longer connect to Petrie station
  • Increased operating hours
  • Increased frequency in peak hours

Changes following consultation

  • Three extra services on Saturday
  • One extra service on Sunday

Route 687 map (PDF, 1.3MB)

Route 687 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 60 minutes, 7.32am–6.08pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 7.25am–4.53pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 7.25am–4.53pm

Features:

  • Minor change to operating hours

Changes following consultation

  • No changes from consultation

Route 688 map (PDF, 2.8MB)

Route 688 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 60 minutes, 8.10am–5.38pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 7.55am–5.23pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 7.55am–5.23pm

Features:

  • Minor change to operating hours

Changes following consultation

  • No changes from consultation

Route 689 map (PDF, 2.8MB)

Route 689 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 15 minutes peak, every 60 minutes off-peak, 4.37am–12.14am
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 6am–1.10am
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 6am–7.49pm

Features:

  • Route will connect with trains at the new Kippa-Ring station
  • New starting point for route at Duffield Road, Clontarf

Changes following consultation

  • One extra service in the outbound morning peak every weekday

Route 690 map (PDF, 2.5MB)

Route 690 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 15 minutes peak, every 30 minutes off-peak, 5.30am–7.45pm

Features:

  • Route will start and end at Sandgate station
  • Increased service frequency
  • Will no longer be a pre-paid service

Changes following consultation

  • One extra service in the inbound morning peak every weekday

Route 691 map (PDF, 2.6MB)

Route 691 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 30 minutes, 5.41am–7.53pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 6.52am–5.39pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 7.52am - 5.37pm

Features:

  • Route will connect with trains at the new Kippa-Ring station
  • Increased operating hours
  • Will no longer service Victoria Avenue, MacDonnell Road and Gerald, Watson and Isobel Streets

Changes following consultation

  • Two extra outbound evening services every weekday
  • 10 new services in each direction on Sunday

Route 694 map (PDF, 1.8MB)

Route 694 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 30 minutes, 5.37am–8.29pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 7.59am–5.37pm

Features:

  • Route will connect with trains at the new Kippa-Ring station
  • Increased operating hours
  • Will no longer service Oxley Avenue

Changes following consultation

  • Two extra outbound evening services every weekday
  • 10 new services clockwise and nine new services anti-clockwise on Sunday

Route 696 map (PDF, 2.8MB)

Route 696 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 15 minutes peak, every 60 minutes off-peak, 5.52am–7.08pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 8.25am–7.07pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 7.25am–5.07pm

Features:

  • Will now service Rothwell residential area along Morris Road
  • Will connect with trains at the new Rothwell station
  • Connects to other buses at Kippa-Ring station (no scheduled train connections)

Changes following consultation

  • No changes from consultation

Route 698 map (PDF, 2.5MB)

Route 698 timetable

Operating hours and frequency

  • Weekdays: Every 15 minutes peak, every 30 minutes off-peak, 5.52am–7.39pm
  • Saturday: Every 60 minutes, 7.45am–5.47pm
  • Sunday: Every 60 minutes, 7.45am–5.47pm

Features:

  • Will now connect with trains at the new Kippa-Ring station
  • Will provide now service Jeays Street, Scarborough Road and Sunnyside Road

Changes following consultation

  • New alignment down Jeays Street, Scarborough and Sunnyside Road away from narrow local streets

Route 699 map (PDF, 2.3MB)

Route 699 timetable

Have you seen a green flag on your local bus stop? Some bus timetables are also changing in Brisbane, Caboolture (including Bribie Island) and the Sunshine Coast as a result of other network changes associated with the opening of the new train line.

Your handy guide to your new Moreton Bay public transport network (PDF, 8.2MB)

What you told us during consultation

From Monday 2 November until Sunday 13 December 2015, nine community consultation sessions were held and an online survey was open for you to have your say on the then proposed bus network and draft train timetable.

We have now taken all your feedback into consideration and finalised your network.

View the Moreton Bay Rail Link community consultation report (PDF, 4.4MB).