Queanbeyan is a railway station located on the border of Queanbeyan, New South Wales and Oaks Estate, Australian Capital Territory, Australia on CountryLink's Canberra Line. The station has a single platform capable of accommodating approximately 6 Xplorer cars. As the railway line is the border between the ACT and NSW, the station is in New South Wales, while the land opposite the railway line is in the ACT. The main station building was completed in March, 1887.
Queanbeyan is serviced twice daily by CountryLink's Sydney to Canberra Xplorer service. The station is also home to the Australian Railway Historical Society ACT Division tours office and a CountryLink booking office.