The original Eumundi railway station opened in 1891 on Gympie Road (now Memorial Drive) opposite Gridley Street (26.4770°S 152.9529°E) as part of the opening of the North Coast line; it is now the site of the Eumundi Markets. The current railway station opened in 1988 when a 10-kilometre (6.2 mi) deviation was built as part of the electrification of the North Coast line.
The station today consists of one platform with a steel shelter. In 2009, the platform was extended with scaffolding and plywood materials. Initially intended as an interim arrangement until a permanent extension was built, the temporary platform remained until Demcember 2019. A permanent reconstruction of the platform commenced in May 2019 and was completed by December 2019. Eumundi, unlike most other stations on the line, doesn’t have a passing loop, although these exists a few kilometres north and south of the station.
Eummundi is serviced by two daily City network services in each direction.
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- Eumundi Platform 1 TransLink
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