North Coast railway line, Queensland

North Coast Railway Line, Queensland

North Coast railway line, Queensland

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The North Coast railway line is a narrow gauge railway line in Queensland, Australia. It runs from Brisbane, along the Queensland coast to Cairns in Far North Queensland. The line is electrified between Brisbane and Rockhampton. Along the way, the 1680 km railway passes through the numerous towns and cities of eastern Queensland including Nambour, Gladstone, Rockhampton, Mackay and Townsville. The line though the middle of Rockhampton runs down the middle of Denison Street.

Branch lines

Many lines branch off the North Coast Line. The Mary Valley Railway branches off near Gympie, with the Valley Rattler operating on the branch for heritage and scenic tours. The Monto Loop branches off at Mungar near Maryborough. At Rockhampton the Longreach Line branches off and The Spirit of the Outback operates a passenger service between Brisbane and Longreach. The Western Line branches off at Townsville, with The Inlander operating to Mount Isa. In addition, coal and freight lines branch off at Gladstone, Rockhampton, Sarina and Bowen.


Many trains operate on the North Coast Line each day. QR Citytrain operates frequent suburban services to Caboolture and numerous interurban services to Nambour and Gympie. Long distance services, operated by QR Traveltrain run many passenger trains along the route, which includes their flagship electric and diesel tilt trains to Rockhampton and Cairns.

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