Princess Alexandra Hospital

199 Ipswich Rd, Woolloongabba
Brisbane, Queensland

Princess Alexandra Hospital is a tertiary health care centre, providing care in most major adult specialties.

The main campus of Princess Alexandra Hospital is located at 199 Ipswich Road, Woolloongabba, a ten-minute drive south of Brisbane’s central business district.

You can access the Hospital with public transport in the following ways.

Bus

There are a number of options for travelling to Princess Alexandra Hospital by bus:

• The PA Hospital busway station is located on the hospital campus. There is a walkway leading directly from the station to the main hospital building. Regular bus routes through the PA Hospital busway station include: 66 (RBWH), 169 (Eight Mile Plains), 139 (Sunnybank Hills) and 209 (Carindale).
• Ipswich Road is a major bus route with frequent services to bus stations outside the hospital on Ipswich Road. There are also a number of bus stations on Cornwall Street.
• The Buranda busway station is a ten-minute walk from the hospital. This station provides services to and from the city centre and southern suburbs.

Train

The nearest railway stations to Princess Alexandra Hospital are Dutton Park (Beenleigh line) and Buranda (Cleveland line).

To help you plan your journey on all public transport, please visit the TRANSLink Journey Planner.

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