Didcot is located 89.160 km from Mungar Junction and 147 metres above sea level.

Didcot had a siding and telephone connection with Maryborough and Mungar Junction. Didcot was referred to as a “Gate” with a Station Mistress appointed to oversee the day to day station operations.

Didcot was only one of two locations on the Mungar Junction – Gayndah – Monto Branch Line where trailable facing points were installed for the passage of trains.

On approaching Didcot from the east or west the trailable facing points were set for right hand running.

A station building, railway house, goods and cream sheds were utilised at Didcot. Didcot had a crossing loop capacity of 57 units.