Where to store your luggage in Brisbane

If you’re in transit, don’t get weighed down by your luggage. Stow it at one of Brisbane’s storage lockers and explore all the city has to offer.

Luggage Storage in Brisbane

Brisbane International and Domestic Airports

Storage lockers are available in small, medium and large options that cost from $10 - $14 for 24 hours of use. The lockers are located on the ground floor of the Brisbane International Airport car park and outside the Qantas and Virgin terminals at the Brisbane Domestic Airport. Attended baggage storage is available at the Brisbane International Airport from Monday to Sunday, 5am to 1am.

Skygate – Brisbane Airport

Just down the road from Brisbane’s airports is Skygate, home to DFO, Woolworths and more than 130 retail and dining options. You can stow your luggage in the luggage lockers at The Village Markets, next to Woolworths or rent a locker in DFO and you’ll be free to explore all the shopping, dining and leisure opportunities on offer.

South Bank

If you would like to store a small backpack or small day bag, South Bank’s lockers are located in the Stanley Street Plaza, opposite Streets Beach. They are available for use during the Parklands’ opening times of 5am to midnight. 

The lockers include 57 that are 45cm high, 35cm wide and 45cm deep. These cost $4 for four hours and $1 per hour extra after that. There are also four larger lockers that are 90cm high, 40cm wide and 60cm deep. Please note: luggage will not fit in the large lockers. They cost $6 for four hours and $1.50 per hour extra after that.

Please note that lockers only accept coins as payment. Be sure to read the instructions of use carefully as no refunds can be provided. Contact the South Bank Visitor Information Centre on (07) 3156 6366 or via email for more details on the South Bank lockers.

Unfortunately due to security concern there are no large lockers available for storing luggage in the CBD and inner city suburbs. Please make arrangements with your accommodation provider to store your bags for the day.

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