Take a Brisbane bus or train to the football
If you’re heading to Suncorp Stadium or the Gabba for a sports event in Brisbane, public transport is the way to go. Best of all, bus and rail services are free for most major sports event ticketholders four hours before and after the game, just show your ticket as you board. Plan your public transport journey.
Staying a few days longer? The TransLink go card lets you travel seamlessly on all TransLink bus, ferry and rail services across south-east Queensland. It’s the perfect travel companion. Get your go card from selected retailers and QR stations, online or over the phone, and top up your card balance like a prepaid mobile phone whenever it suits you.
Are you looking for public transport information in your language? Are you expecting international visitors? The Translink website has updated its online translations to include public transport information in 17 different languages.
Want to know the easiest way to get around town? Pick up a TransLink go card and travel seamlessly on all TransLink bus, ferry and rail services across South East Queensland. The perfect travel companion, go cards are available from Queensland Rail stations, online, over the phone or selected retailers. Top up the card balance like a prepaid mobile phone whenever it suits. Find out more about Go Card.
Let the river be your guide. Brisbane’s ferries, affectionately known as CityCats, are one of the most enjoyable ways to explore The City. Glide along the river with CityCat and CityFerry services, perfect for sight-seeing and accessing key city spots. Tickets can be bought on board the services, at most newsagents and selected retail outlets, or make use of a go card. Hop on board the free CityHopper ferry service to get around inner-city precincts for free. For any inquiries regarding public transport, please contact Translink on 13 12 30 or visit the Translink website.
Explore Brisbane’s neighbourhoods through a comprehensive bus service that runs throughout the city, connecting the outer and inner suburbs to the CBD, major shopping centres, entertainment and dining precincts, railway stations and ferry terminals. Take advantage of special NightLink bus services running after midnight on Fridays and Saturdays for late-night travellers. Or get around the inner city with the free City Loop and Spring Hill Loop. Plan your trip now on Translink’s journey planner. For any inquiries regarding public transport, please contact Translink on 13 12 30 or visit the Translink website.
Brisbane’s speedy network of electric trains has the Greater Brisbane region covered and provides direct access to the city, quirky neighbourhood precincts and outer suburbs. There is also a handy Airtrain service that is completely integrated into the Queensland Rail suburban network, with regular trains running from Brisbane Airport directly to Brisbane City and the Gold Coast. Travel on a single ticket from any station in South East Queensland to Brisbane Airport. For any inquiries regarding public transport, please contact Translink on 13 12 30 or visit the Translink website.
Hail a bus for free in the inner city. The City Loop and Spring Hill Loop bus services circle the city every 10 minutes and stop at destinations in the CBD and Spring Hill precincts between 7am to 6pm weekdays. Glide between Brisbane’s inner-city precincts by hopping on the free CityHopper ferry service, which travels along the river from North Quay to Sydney St, New Farm. For any inquiries regarding public transport, please contact Translink on 13 12 30 or visit the Translink website
Taxi ranks are available at the Brisbane international and domestic airports, as well as throughout The City and inner-city precincts. Jump in a taxi to be assured of a quick and efficient way of getting around. A standard taxi will cater for four passengers or fewer. For wheel-chair access or to transport five to 10 passengers, it’s best to order a Multi Passenger Taxi. Contact Black & White Cabs on 133 222 and Yellow Taxi 13 19 24.
Parking around stadium precincts is limited and not recommended. You are permitted to drive in Queensland if you hold a valid Australian or foreign licence. If your licence is in a language other than English, you should carry an English translation of it when driving.
Make the most of Brisbane’s wonderful outdoor climate by biking around town. There are extensive bicycle paths running throughout the city and pedal-power offers a healthy and inexpensive way of getting around. Hire a Brisbane City Council CityCycle bike at key inner-city destinations and set off to explore. Courtesy helmets are available with many of the bikes at stations across the network. To join up with the CityCycle program visit the website or call 1300 229 253.