Last reviewed: Tuesday 9 Apr 2024 at 3.48pm

From Monday 22 January 2024 until late-2024, Burpengary station will close for a major station accessibility upgrade.

This means Caboolture and Sunshine Coast line services will not stop at Burpengary for the duration of the works. 

While the station is closed, alternative transport options will be available; including the new route 661 - Narangba to Burpengary service.

See all the alternative travel options below.  

Key upgrade features

  • A new footbridge with lift access Improved accessible parking
  • Full length high-level platforms​
  • Upgraded hearing augmentation loops and tactile ground surface indicators
  • Upgraded security cameras and lighting​
  • New wayfinding and platform signage
  • Accessible toilets​
  • Disability-compliant ticket windows
  • Improved seating and extended platform shelters
  • New station office and facilities.
Artist's impression of upgraded Burpengary station

Alternative travel options

The new route 661 service will run between Narangba station and Burpengary station

This is a temporary service running for the duration of the Burpengary station closure.


Route 661 will run approximately every 10-15 minutes in peak hours (6am to 9am, and 4pm to 6pm on weekdays). 

Outside of peak hour, the service frequency will match the Caboolture line schedule at Narangba station.

View the 661 timetable in journey planner or as a printable PDF document.

Stops serviced

Maps of station stops

If you normally park at Burpengary station, consider using nearby Narangba or Morayfield stations instead. 

Both stations are serviced by Caboolture and Sunshine Coast line services.

Travelling with a bike? Unfortunately bikes and personal mobility devices are not allowed onboard bus services, including the 661.

Check out Queensland Rail's bike and e-scooter page to see what bike storage facilities are available at Narangba station

About the program

The Station Accessibility Upgrade Program is an ongoing body of work by Queensland Rail to deliver upgraded stations and facilities that are easy to get to and use. 

Visit the Queensland Rail project page to find out more. 

Looking for information about the other closed stations?

Check out our project page for full details. 

Affected services

South East Queensland

Affected stops & stations