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Updates: Resurfacing works to be carried out on the Brisbane Central station concourse that will block pedestrian access in various stages as detailed below. Work will be completed out of hours between Monday 1 and Saturday 20 June, however sites will remain fenced off during the day. Access between the Whistle Stop Bar and Supa News will be blocked off from 6.30pm Monday 1 June until 5am Friday 5 June. Customers will be required to access the concourse in front of Supa News.
There will be no pedestrian access from the (stair only) Creek street entrance between 6.30pm Friday 5th June until 5am Tuesday 9th June.
There will be no pedestrian access next to the Ann Street lift from 6.30pm Tuesday 9 June until 5am Saturday 13 June. The lift from Ann Street will be in operation during this time, customers will be required to proceed around the adjacent stairs and escalators.
There will be no pedestrian access in front of Harlequin Jacks stairs between 6.30pm Friday 12 June and 5 am Monday 15 June.
Access will be blocked along the Railcentre 1 wall on the Creek Street side (office building opposite the Whistle Stop Bar), and will block the pedestrian stairs leading to the plaza and Railcentre 2. Customers wishing to access this area are advised to take the flight of stairs located next to McDonalds on the concourse.
A3 signage and safety directional signage will be in place for various stages of these works. Customers are requested to speak with station or customer service staff should additional assistance be required.