Stage 2 of the Gold Coast light rail is a 7.3 kilometre light rail link between Parkwood and Helensvale.
In August 2015 the Queensland Government announced a preferred route for Stage 2 running from Helensvale heavy rail station adjacent to the Gold Coast Line, then adjacent to the Smith Street Motorway to connect with Stage 1 at the Gold Coast University Hospital light rail station.
GoldLinQ conducted a procurement process for Stage 2 and in March 2016 CPB Contractors was announced as the preferred design and construction partner with contracts finalised in April ahead of major construction, which commenced in July.
The $420 million project will be delivered with a $270 million contribution from the Queensland Government, $95 million from the Australian Government and up to $55 million from the City of Gold Coast.
The Gold Coast Light Rail Stage 2 extension between the Gold Coast University Hospital and Helensvale stations opened for passenger services on Monday 18 December 2017. If you have any questions about ticketing, fares or to plan your journey please visit Translink.com.au or call 13 12 30 anytime.
A 7.3 kilometre connection from heavy rail to light rail.
An 11 minute trip from Helensvale station to Gold Coast University Hospital station.
Convenient for commuters with two park ‘n’ ride facilities, providing an additional 400 parks at Helensvale station and 1000 parks at Parkwood station.
Linking the Gold Coast and Brisbane by rail like never before.
*Approximate travel times only