Hendra railway station is a railway station on the Doomben line in Hendra, a northern suburb of Brisbane, state capital of Queensland, Australia. A part of Queensland Rail's City network, Hendra station falls within Zone 2 of the TransLink integrated public transport system.
The Doomben railway line, running through Hendra station, was electrified in 1988. All passenger services on the line were suspended on 27 September 1993 by the Goss Labor Party state government rationalisation of the rail network throughout Queensland, with the suspending or closing of unprofitable and under-utilised rail lines. On 27 January 1998, the line was re-opened to passenger services under a Borbidge National Party government, but only operating as far as Doomben.