Oxley railway station
Oxley railway station is located on the Main line in Queensland, Australia. It serves the Brisbane suburb of Oxley.
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.
Oxley is served by City network services operating from Nambour, Caboolture, Petrie and Bowen Hills to Springfield Central, Ipswich and Rosewood.
Services by platform
Platform Line Destinations Notes 1 Ipswich & Rosewood Ipswich & Rosewood  Springfield Springfield Central  2 Springfield Bowen Hills  Petrie, Caboolture & Nambour Peak hours only Ipswich & Rosewood Ipswich & Rosewood Evening peak only 3 Ipswich & Rosewood Bowen Hills & Caboolture 
- 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
- Oxley Platform 1 TransLink
- Oxley Platform 2 TransLink
- Oxley Platform 3 TransLink
- Media related to Oxley railway station at Wikimedia Commons
- Oxley station Queensland Rail
- Oxley station Queensland’s Railways on the Internet
- Oxley station TransLink travel information