Broadbeach South light rail station

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Broadbeach South
Broadbeach South transport interchange (27677988034).jpg
Broadbeach South G:link and bus
interchange in July 2016
LocationCorner of Hooker Boulevard & Gold Coast Highway, Broadbeach
Coordinates 28°02′07″S153°25′47″E / 28.0353949°S 153.4296758°E / -28.0353949; 153.4296758 Coordinates: 28°02′07″S153°25′47″E / 28.0353949°S 153.4296758°E / -28.0353949; 153.4296758
Owned by TransLink
Operated by Keolis Downer
Surfside Buslines
Line(s) G:link
Platforms2 light rail platforms
2 bus platforms
Tracks2
Bus routes16
Bus stands4
Construction
Structure typeGround
Bicycle facilitiesYes
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station code 600800 (platform 1)
600801 (platform 2)
319475 (bus stand A)
319476 (bus stand B)
319477 (bus stand C)
319478 (bus stand D)
Fare zone go card 5
Website TransLink
History
Opened20 July 2014
ElectrifiedYes
Services
Preceding station  G:link  Following station
toward  Helensvale
G:linkTerminus

Broadbeach South light rail station is a major public transport hub in the Gold Coast suburb of Broadbeach. The station opened in July 2014 as the southern terminus of the G:link light rail line. [1] [2]

Contents

Surfside Buslines operate an extensive bus services from the station to the Gold Coast Airport, Tweed Heads, Robina station and Nerang station as well the surrounding suburbs. The G:link light rail service runs from the station to Helensvale via Southport and Surfers Paradise. [3]

Location

Broadbeach South station is located on the corner of Hooker Boulevard and the Gold Coast Highway. The station provides direct access to Pacific Fair Shopping Centre and with the Broadbeach Surf Beach being only a few hundreds metres away.

Below is a map of local area surrounding the station.

Broadbeach South light rail station

Below is a list of public transport connections available from Broadbeach South. [3]

Light rail connections
System nameFromToHeadway

(minutes)

G:linkBroadbeach South Helensvale 7.5
Bus connections
Route numberFromTo
700Broadbeach South

(Gold Coast University Hospital -Special service only. Replaces G:link from 12am - 5am Monday - Friday)

Tweed Heads
705Broadbeach South Sea World
731Broadbeach South Southport bus station
736Broadbeach South Nerang
738Broadbeach South Griffith University - Gold Coast Campus
741Broadbeach SouthSouthport bus station
743Broadbeach South Nerang railway station
745Broadbeach SouthNerang railway station
750Broadbeach South Robina railway station
751Broadbeach SouthRobina railway station
752Broadbeach South Robina Town Centre
753Broadbeach South Burleigh Heads
754Broadbeach SouthBurleigh Heads
755Broadbeach SouthRobina Town Centre
756Broadbeach SouthWest Burleigh
777Broadbeach South Gold Coast Airport—Express Service (limited stops)

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References

  1. Services, corporateName=Planning, Environment & Transport | City Transport | Web. "Light rail". www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au. Retrieved 24 May 2018.
  2. "G:link | Gold Coast Light Rail | Tram Network". G:link. Retrieved 24 May 2018.