Oxley railway station
Oxley station was first opened in 1874. During the 1890s, a brick structure was built that still survives today.
In 2010, as part of the quadruplication of the Main line from Corinda to Darra to accommodate Springfield line services, a pair of tracks were built on either side of the existing two, with the western track receiving a new platform.
Services by platform
|1||Ipswich & Rosewood||Ipswich & Rosewood*|||
|2||Springfield||Bowen Hills, Doomben, Kippa-Ring, Caboolture & Nambour||1 Mon-Thur afternoon Doomben service only|
|Ipswich & Rosewood||Ipswich & Rosewood*||Evening peak only|
|3||Ipswich & Rosewood||Bowen Hills, Caboolture & Nambour|||
*Note: One weekday morning service (4:56am from Central) and selected afternoon peak services continue through to Rosewood. At all other times, a change of train is required at Ipswich.
- Fones, Ralph (2006). Oxley! A mind of its own:a history of a suburb with attitude. 1850 - 1950. Oxley-Chelmer History Group. p. 18. ISBN 0-9751466-2-9.
- Corinda to Darra upgrade Queensland Rail November 2010
- "Ipswich Rosewood Line timetable". TransLink. Retrieved 14 December 2018.
- "Springfield Line timetable". TransLink. Retrieved 14 December 2018.
- Oxley Platform 1 TransLink
- Oxley Platform 2 TransLink
- Oxley Platform 3 TransLink