Getting Around

Getting to and around South Bank is easy with numerous parking, public and active transport options available. You can park in our undercover car park; use on-street metered parking; catch a train, bus, CityCat or ferry; or take advantage of the precinct’s CityCycle stations. There’s also plenty of scenic walking tracks and bridges for those who like to travel on foot or by bicycle.

Car Parking

When you’ve got family and friends to cart around or you’re travelling from far away, it’s hard to beat the convenience of driving. Enter South Bank’s underground car park, which offers more than 800 spaces (including eight disabled bays) with stair accessibility from both its north and south entrances. There is a lift operating at the north entrance. The lift situated at the south entrance is currently closed as it is being replaced, re-opening later in 2018.

Bus Parking

South Bank has several set down points and some options for bus parking in the precinct. For more details, please head to Brisbane City Council's website and check out the South Brisbane/South Bank section of the page.

Public Transport

There are numerous public transport options at South Bank. If you’re only here for a brief stay, we recommend taking advantage of TransLink’s SEEQ card, which can be purchased for adults or children and includes unlimited three or five day travel across the TransLink network, two journeys on Brisbane’s Airtrain and offers and discounts to use at more than 80 of south-east Queensland’s key tourist attractions. Head to TransLink’s website for more information. For general public transport information, check out the options below.


Taxi ranks are located throughout South Bank including on Little Stanley Street, Grey Street and Sidon Street. Click here to order a Yellow Cab online or phone 13 19 24. Click here to order a Black & White Cab or call 133 222.

Green Cabs

Travel green, reduce your carbon footprint and enjoy stunning views of South Bank and Brisbane’s CBD when you travel via Green Cab. Zip around on a passenger transport powered by pushbike, ideal for navigating through city traffic. From short trips across the river to informative city tours, Green Cabs are a fun, safe and effective way to travel through West End, South Bank, the city and Fortitude Valley. Catch a Green Cab from the Cultural Forecourt at South Bank (near the Wheel of Brisbane). For prices and more information, visit their website. 

Walking and Cycling

Walking and cycling are both convenient and affordable ways to access and get around South Bank. The Parklands are just a fifteen minute stroll from Brisbane City via the Victoria and Goodwill Bridges, and there’s also plenty of tracks to move around on once you’re here. Head here for more information on where to walk and cycle at South Bank. Please note that there is a 10km speed limit when cycling at South Bank. Cyclists are also asked to give way to pedestrians; follow all signage throughout the Parklands; slow down in high pedestrian traffic areas; ring your bell to alert pedestrians that you are approaching; and adhere to the designated cycle paths.