Roma Street railway station is a major railway station in the Brisbane central business district, the state capital of Queensland, Australia. It was Brisbane's first railway station, opening in 1876. Roma Street is part of the Queensland Rail City network, in Zone 1 of the TransLink integrated public transport system, and is the Brisbane terminus for most Queensland long-distance trains.
The station has a total of ten platforms. Platform 10 is for long-distance train travel within Queensland (including the Tilt Train). Platforms 1 and 2 make up the Roma Street Busway Station — while the other side of platform 2 is used for long-distance train travel, by the CountryLink XPT train, to Sydney. The remainder of the platforms serve the Citytrain suburban network. All Citytrain services, including the Airtrain, stop at Roma Street.