Queanbeyan Police Station

Project Size
4,425m² across four storeys
$30 million

Queanbeyan, located near Canberra, is the regional hub for many smaller towns, extending to the Snowy Mountains and Kosciuszko National Park.  

The new Queanbeyan station, built on the same land parcel as the old station, and adjourning the Queanbeyan courthouse and Queanbeyan Museum, is a stunning departure from typical civic work architecture. 

The state-of-the-art station, with basement car parking and three above ground levels, also incorporates a new substation.  

The minister for Police and Emergency Services, David Elliott joined Commissioner of Police, Mick Fuller to unveil the new station at a formal ceremony in April 2021.

The facility incorporates custody facilities with charge docks and cells, audio visual link (AVL), modern breath analysis and drug testing equipment and facilities, and briefing rooms. Servicing a large area, the station will house general duties, specialist, tactical, crime prevention and investigative units, as well as highway patrol and region enforcement squad officers. 

The station also features a legacy walk between the courthouse and station, for people to pay their respects to past and present members of the Police Force. 

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