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Ferny Grove Car Park Closure 

To support the Ferny Grove Transit Oriented Development (TOD), the carpark between Samford Road and the station and the adjacent Kiss 'n' Ride  has been closed.

There are ongoing changes to traffic conditions within the station precinct. Please look out for and follow directional signage in place when you visit the station.

If you normally use the Ferny Grove park ‘n’ ride, please consider getting dropped

off at the station via the kiss ‘n’ ride facility off Conavalla St, catching a bus service

between your home and the station, or walking or riding your bicycle/e-scooter to

the station. Please refer to the map for closure details, station changes and alternative

kiss ‘n’ ride locations. 

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Construction Commences

A transformational project that will enhance and reshape the Ferny Grove community in Brisbane’s north-west is off and running as construction has officially commenced. The much-anticipated Ferny Grove Central, which has been in the planning phase by Honeycombes and MaxCap Group in collaboration with the Queensland Government and is supported by the Federal Government, is a mixed-use development adjoining the Ferny Grove Railway Station.

Peter Honeycombe, managing director of Honeycombes Property Group was joined by Queensland Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey and local MPs, State Member for Ferny Grove Mark Furner, Federal Member for Dickson, the Hon Peter Dutton MP and Federal Member for Ryan, the Hon Julian Simmonds at the official launch at the Ferny Grove project site on the 27th July, 2021.

The project will comprise a 12,000sqm retail centre with a new multi-level parking facility for retail customers and commuters, with 1,400 car parks for commuters (about 900 undercover), an increase of an estimated 450 parks. The station caters for more than 5,000 passengers per day from the end-of-the-line transport hub.

Ferny Grove Central will also become a desirable residential hub through construction of The Fernery, comprising 82 luxury apartments (featuring 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments) and a recreational deck for residents. 

More than 800 full time jobs will be supported by the development, including about 285 directly tied to the construction project.

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Upon completion, Ferny Grove Central will incorporate:​

  • An increase in commuter car parks by approx. 450.

  • 80% of commuter carparks will be undercover.

  • Lifts and escalators servicing the new parking facilities.

  • Surveillance to all commuter carparks.

  • Provision for disabled commuter carparks and safe bike storage.

  • Approx. 320 separate retail carparks.

  • Separate residential carparks.

  • Increased laydown area for buses.


Ferny Grove Central is set to transform the current bitumen car park at the "end of the line" into a suburban destination. The improved amenity for commuters and the wider Ferny Grove community will include:

  • New transport facilities, the majority undercover.

  • Retail offering to focus on flexibility, service providers and entertainment.

  • Landscaped pedestrian plazas and air conditioned retail plaza.

  • Improved vehicle and pedestrian connections.

  • Safe meeting place for members of the community.


The vision is to create a local

"neighborhood village".


Ferny Grove Central will provide the following:

  • Full line Woolworths

  • Dan Murphy's

  • Cinebar Ferny Grove

  • Goodstart Early Learning childcare

  • Goodlife Health Club

  • Combined medical practitioner service providers

  • Food & beverage operators

With more operators to be announced soon.


A vibrant collection of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, The Fernery has been thoughtfully designed for modern-day living. Flooded with natural light, residences feature flexible, open plan living to create spaces of sophistication and comfort.


Communal amenities are second to none with a recreational rooftop deck and pool, secure parking and abundant outdoor dining. Vertical gardens, landscaped corridors and serene open spaces work to transform The Fernery into a green oasis.

Visit the website to find out more. 




During construction, will there be any disruption or changes to the Ferny Grove train timetable?

Construction of the centre is being undertaken separate to the station precinct. However, access to the station for pedestrians and vehicles may change from time to time to ensure a safe passage to the station is available to rail customers. There will be no interference to the train timetable as construction is being undertaken separate to the station area.

Will there be any changes to the blue bike lockers that are currently on site?

Some of the blue bike e lockers may remain in the park ‘n’ ride, however an undercover area will be allocated for the installation of new bicycle enclosures. The bicycle enclosures will not be available for use until completion of the development in 2023.

What will happen to the kiss 'n' ride, commuter facilities and disabled carparks?

Upon completion of the multi-storey car park the kiss ‘n’ ride will be reinstated next to the station and bus stop. All other facilities will be reinstated within the new development with many in improved locations, which better connect with the station and buses.

Is motorbike parking still available?

Ten motorbike spaces will be reinstated upon completion of the development. The current motorbike parking at the station will remain in place throughout construction.

Will the new development cause more traffic issues for the surrounding roads?

The new connection to Samford Road, the relocation of traffic lights and new access points for the commuters will ensure that traffic is managed efficiently. There have been many traffic reports undertaken to ensure that the development does not cause increased impacts on the surrounding road network. The new connection to Samford Road will assist with the movement of all traffic through and around the site.


Will there be a separate carpark for the supermarket and do you have to pay?

Yes, there will be a secure basement carpark, containing about 320 cars which is free for the first 3 hours. If you intend staying at the centre longer there will be a cost. If you are visiting the cinema and your movie extends over the 3 hour limit, your ticket will be validated for this additional time.

Will the shops be open for extended trading hours therefore creating noise for surrounding residence?

The council has restricted the trading hours for the outdoor dining to ensure that residents surrounding the development are not disturbed.

Will there be bike parking and end of trip facilities provided for retail customers?

Yes, secure bike parking, showers and lockers are available for the staff and visitors to the centre.


When is construction of Ferny Grove Central starting and when will it be complete?

Construction of Ferny Grove Central is subject to Brisbane City Council and the Department of Transport and Main Roads approvals. Construction begun in August 2021 and the build is anticipated to take approximately 28 months.

The construction will be undertaken in 2 stages to minimise the site disturbance. During the first stage of construction commuter car parking and kiss 'n' ride facilities will be impacted, however an alternative kiss ‘n’ ride is available off Conavalla Street.

Where will I park during construction? Will any access be restricted?

There will be changes to traffic conditions within the station precinct, following the closure of the carpark and the kiss ‘n’ ride. Please look out for and follow directional signage in place when you visit the station.

If you normally use the Ferny Grove park ‘n’ ride, please consider getting dropped off at the station via the kiss ‘n’ ride facility off Conavalla Street, catching a bus service between your home and the station, or walking or riding your bicycle/e-scooter to the station. Please refer to the below websites for closure details, station changes and alternative kiss ‘n’ ride locations.

Will there be notice that changes to the parking are happening?

Yes. Signage will be displayed throughout the station precinct, outlining the upcoming parking impacts and changed traffic conditions.

What are the construction hours for the builder?

The builder has been approved to carry out construction work during 6.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Saturday. If the builder is making noise outside of the allocated construction hours, we ask residents to contact the Builder in the first instance, however you are also able to contact Brisbane City Council. Contact numbers will be made available.


Will the new retail and residential apartments at Ferny Grove Central have their own car parks?

Yes, both the residential and retail portions of Ferny Grove Central will have their own dedicated car parking bays - these will be separate to commuter parking. Each apartment has either one or two carparks allocated in a secure carparking area within the basement under the apartments.

Where can I find more information about The Fernery apartments?

More information about The Fernery can be found at There is also a Sales Office should you wish to speak to a consultant directly and see the finishes to be included in the apartments. Location: Shop 3, 122 Ferny Way, Ferny Grove Opening Hours: 7 days a week, 10am - 4pm Phone: 1800 786 619


What is Ferny Grove Central going to include that will benefit me as a local?

Honeycombes Property Group's vision for Ferny Grove Central is centered on reviving the heart of Ferny Grove to provide a sense of community and purpose. This will be achieved by creating a diverse range of residential accommodation set amidst retail, commercial and public facilities that can be enjoyed by residents, commuters and people in both Ferny Grove and surrounding communities.

Will the Ferny Grove Markets be closed during construction?

During construction, a safe section of the carpark will be made available for the Ferny Grove Markets. This may change to different locations through the site as construction progresses. The public will be notified accordingly when these changes will occur.



The Developers of Ferny Grove Central are interested in your feedback and addressing your enquiries.

What are you interested in?

Thank you for contacting us.