Brisbane Greeters CityCycle Greets

    Do you love breathtaking riverside vistas, a cool breeze on your face and warm sun on your back?

    As one of the world’s most accessible and friendly cities, Brisbane has the citycycles, vast cycle ways and the greeters to prove it and to bring this great adventure to life!

    CityCycleYou’ll feel a sense of freedom and exhilaration as you explore our fascinating river city on two wheels. Ride under a canopy of ancient trees in the Botanic Gardens, pedal across the iconic Story Bridge, see curious artworks and marvel at heritage sites just waiting to share stories with you! Enjoy meeting the locals at relaxing, shady riverside café stops along the way.

    You’ll experience so much so easily … and it’s one of the healthiest ways to discover Brisbane whilst being kind to our fair city.

    The Brisbane Greeters CityCycle Greet experience is FREE, with complimentary use of CityCycles and helmets provided during the greet. Learn how to use Brisbane’s CityCycles while enjoying a guided cycling experience with a knowledgeable local!

    There is so much to experience riverside by CityCycle

    The Brisbane River (Maiwar) is expansive and there is so much to experience riverside by CityCycle! Choose between a northern (downstream) or southern (upstream) journey:

    Here's a taste of each citycycle trail to help guide your selection:

    Northern (Downstream) HighlightsCityCycle

    • Brisbane City Botanic Gardens
    • The Cube, Queensland University of Technology
    • Goodwill Bridge
    • Kangaroo Point Cliffs & Natural History Trail
    • Dockside
    • Underneath and across the Story Bridge
    • Howard Smith Wharves
    • Sydney Street & Merthyr Park
    • New Farm Riverwalk & New Farm Park
    • Brisbane Powerhouse
    • Your choice to return by citycycle or cityhopper ferry!

    Southern (Upstream) HighlightsCityCycle

    • Brisbane City Botanic Gardens
    • The Cube, Queensland University of Technology
    • Bicentenary Bikeway
    • Commissariat Store Museum
    • Pass underneath Kurilpa Bridge & William Jolly Bridge
    • Visit The Pillars Street Art Gallery underneath the Merivale Bridge
    • Orleigh Park & Gas Stripping Tower
    • Visit West End CityCat Terminal & cross the river by ferry
    • University of Queensland – explore the Great Court & museums
    • Return to city by bus, train, citycat … or citycycle – it’s your choice!

    What is the duration of the CityCycle Greets and what should you bring along?

    The Brisbane Greeters CityCycle Greets will run up to 4 hours, and will include a refreshments stop (at your own expense). Please wear comfortable clothing, enclosed shoes and bring sunscreen and a bottle of water. We also recommend bringing along your camera!


    When are the CityCycle Greets available and what are the booking requirements?

    Launched in March 2016, the Brisbane Greeters CityCycle Greets will run 7 days a week, and will depart at 10:00am from King George Square. Greeters can accommodate up to 6 visitors per greet, and 2 days advanced booking notice is required. 

    Please note: Visitors must be 17 years of age or over to join a Brisbane Greeters CityCycle Greet. There must also be at least 1 visitor per booking over the age of 18 accompanying all visitors who are 17 years of age.

    Book your free Brisbane Greeters CityCycle Greet now. You can access the booking form here. If you are experiencing issues with our booking form, please contact us via email at or by phone +61 7 3156 6364.