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Frequently asked questions


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

The development and construction of Ferny Grove Central will not cause any disruption to the train timetable. Access to the station for pedestrians may be altered from time to time to ensure safe passage to the station is available.

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

Some of the blue storage boxes will remain, however an area with undercover cages will also be provided.

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

The kiss 'n' ride has been conveniently located adjacent to the station and the bus stop, all other facilities will be reinstated within the new development, many in improved locations with better connections to the station and buses. The current number of disabled car spaces will be increased from 6 to 12 and will be positioned undercover adjacent to the station entrance connected by a pedestrian crossing.

Is motorbike parking still available?

Yes, the 10 motorbike spaces have been relocated undercover

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 round 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 Department of Transport and Main Roads approvals. Construction is expected to begin in July 2021 and the build is anticipated to take approximately 28 months. The construction is undertaken in 2 stages to minimise the site disturbance. During the first stage of construction, parking will be reduced, however areas for the kiss 'n' ride will be allocated together with disabled spaces and areas for cyclists & motorbikes. The current program shows that the 1st stage will take about 14 months. At the end of this stage the Multi Deck commuter carpark will be opened providing around 900 carparks.

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

The majority of car parks will still be available at the station. The Developer will work with the local authority and State to seek temporary car parking for commuters during construction.

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

Yes. Signage advertising the timing for the removal of the carparks will provide advanced notice of the impending closure of the affected areas.

What are the construction hours for the builder?

The builder has been approved to carry out construction work from 6.30am - 6.30pm, Monday - 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 the 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.