Gayndah Station is located 125.700 kilometres from Mungar Junction and is 110 metres above sea level.
Gayndah a former watering station in the days of steam locomotives. Station Staff at Gayndah comprised of 1 Station Master, 2 Assistant Station Masters and numerous Porters.
Four sets of running men known as (Drivers, Fireman and Guards) were based at Gayndah for the daily working of trains to Monto and Maryborough.
Permanent Way Inspector and Bridge Inspector were also based in Gayndah. A station building, goods and cream sheds, tea room for serving of tea and coffee, and quarters for visiting running men from Maryborough and Monto depots.
An angle for turning of locomotives was available, water tank for steam locomotives, cattle yards for loading of cattle, pigs and sheep for transporting livestock by rail, weighbridge and an ash pit (in the days of steam) made up the Gayndah Station complex. Gayndah had a crossing capacity of 72 units.