The biggest public infrastructure project in more than a generation for the Moreton Bay Region, the Redcliffe Peninsula rail line, was officially opened in late 2016. The project was part of the $1.2 billion investment into public transport improvements in the region, including the $988 million Redcliffe Peninsula rail line, the $37.5 million Rothwell Intersection Upgrade and the $139 million Lawnton to Petrie Rail Upgrade Project.
Supported by Council, State and Federal governments, the project devliered a 12.6km dual track passenger rail line between Petrie and Kippa-Ring along with six new stations and presents significant residential and business investment opportunities along this thriving corridor. Over 2,000 people are moving into suburbs along this rail line each year.
There has been significant development along the rail corridor already however there are still many development, infil, community and business opportunities with 1,800 hectares of greenfield land designated for development available.