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Latest media releases

Kuranda Scenic Railway discount for North QLD locals
North Queenslanders are being encouraged to hop aboard the iconic Kuranda Scenic Railway (KSR), with Queensland Rail offering up to 25 per cent off fares for locals.
Rap artist helps spread rail safety message
An up-and-coming Brisbane rapper has been enlisted to help warn young people about the potentially life-threatening consequences of trespassing on the Queensland Rail network.
Queensland Rail warns prohibited items not tolerated on network
Queensland Rail has warned the small number of people who bring prohibited items on to the rail network that they could not only face hefty fines, but potential criminal charges as well.
Services available for essential travel over long weekend
Queensland Rail is reminding customers that although train services will be running over the Easter long weekend, they should only be travelling for essential reasons such as for work or medical appointments.
‘Lost and found’ find for boy on the Ferny Grove line
Queensland Rail has reunited a 13-year-old boy with his cochlear implant worth $10,000 after it went missing on the rail network, returning his ability to hear.
Darling Downs drivers urged to take care at rail bridges following spike in collisions
Motorists in the region are being urged to take care, know their vehicle’s height and load, and plan their route accordingly, following a spike in over-height vehicles colliding with the North Street rail bridge in Toowoomba.
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