Popular Greyhound Routes Departing Queensland
Travel in either direction and explore with Greyhound
POPULAR ROUTES DEPARTING From QUEENSLAND
AIRLIE BEACH <> AGNES WATER
Pristine Islands, coastal towns, fishing, and of course the surf. Explore the area where Captain Cook first landed.
BRISBANE < > BYRON BAY
It is a short trip between Brisbane and Byron Bay, but boy there are many things to see and do along the way.
BRISBANE < > GOLD COAST
The Gold Coast or Brisbane are and easy 1-hour highway trip. If you're going for a weekend away, visiting family and friends or on business, Greyhound has you coverd with multiple coach services per day.
BRISBANE < > HERVEY BAY
From the river city to whale watching with the beauty of the sunshine coast in between.
BRISBANE <> SYDNEY
If you’re visiting relativities, travelling the east coast, or going to Sydney for the world-famous New Year’s Eve fireworks, catch a Greyhound and enjoy luxury features that come as standard on all our coaches.
CAIRNS < > AIRLIE BEACH
Experience all that tropical north Queensland has on offer, with the Great Barrier Reef, beautiful beachside towns, and islands all waiting to be explored.
BRISBANE <> SUNSHINE COAST
From the 'River City' to beach towns, surf spots and rural hinterland - there's also plenty of family attractions like Australia Zoo, Sea Life Mooloolaba, the Ginger Factory and more.
CAIRNS <> TOWNSVILLE
Explore 'The Great Green Way' and take in exceptional natural attractions including World Heritage listed Wet Tropics Rainforest, the Great Barrier Reef and Paronella park.
GOLD COAST <> BYRON BAY
From the glitter strip of Cavil Ave, to the Gold Coast hinterland region and the hippie capital of Nimbin, there are many diverse areas to explore along this journey.
ROCKHAMPTON <> LONGREACH
This trip will take you right through the centre of Outback Queensland where you will see native animals, vibrant wildflowers and areas rich in history.
TOOWOOMBA <> BRISBANE
Whether you are a regular traveller, or are looking for a weekend getaway, Greyhound travels between Toowoomba and Brisbane multiple times a day.
TOWNSVILLE <> AIRLIE BEACH
The road between Townsville and Airlie Beach is lined with sugar cane fields and snaking rivers making up the Burderkin region.