Banyo station accessibility upgrade

Aerial concept image of the upgraded Banyo station showing new footbridge , lift towers station building and entrance plaza

​Banyo station concept design - subject to change

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Banyo station is being upgraded to make it more accessible for everyone in the community. 

Queensland Rail's Station Accessibility Upgrade Program​ will make it easier for customers to travel on our network whether you're pushing a pram, carrying luggage, using a wheelchair or injured, you'll be able to use the station with ease. 

Key features of the upgrade include:

  • 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
  • upgraded bicycle storage facility​ 
  • improved seating and extended platform shelters
  • upgraded station office and facilities. 

​​Station closure and alternative transport

To fast-track construction and deliver the upgrade as safely as possible, Banyo station is now closed​.

During this time, trains will run express through the station. Customers can look forward to the station reopening in the second half of 2024.

A dedicated shuttle bus service operates between Northgate and Banyo stations to assist customers during the station closure.

Bus service information​

  • Shuttle bus 316 operates between Northgate and Banyo stations, including stops at the Australian Catholic University (ACU) and Earnshaw College.
  • The shuttle runs according to the Shorncliffe line timetable at Northgate station.
  • Existing bus route 306 is also available from Tufnell Road, near Banyo station.
  • All route 316 services are accessible.

Nearby train stations

Bindha and Nudgee stations are the nearest stations to Banyo and will remain open during the upgrade works. Limited parking will be available at Banyo station for those catching the 316 shuttle.

To assist customers, the footpath from Royal Parade to Bindha station is now open.

Plan your journey

Plan your travel by downloading the MyTranslink app, visiting or by calling 13 12 30.


  • Phone: 1800 722 203
  • Mail:
    Station Upgrade Project
    Queensland Rail
    PO Box 1429
    Brisbane QLD 4001

For regular email updates on the Station Accessibility Upgrade Program, customers are encouraged to join the project's mailing list.

​Station upgrade resources

Project information

Works notices

Station concept designs

Media releases


Banyo station accessibility upgrade.