Destination Guide: Brisbane



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A vibrant riverside hub of arts, culture and dining with a relaxed atmosphere, Brisbane is Australia’s new world city!

Things to do & see in Brisbane

Centrally located and boasting tropical swimming lagoons, trendy markets, boutique shops, gourmet dining and multiple venues that regularly host major international events, Brisbane is both a cosmopolitan capital city and the perfect base to discover the Gold and Sunshine Coasts.

How to get to Brisbane

In Brisbane, buses depart from and arrive at Brisbane Coach Terminal, Parkland Cres, Brisbane QLD, which is accessible via Parkland Boulevard and adjacent to platform 10 of Roma Street Train Station.

With more than 180 stops across the country and services in all mainland states and territories, Greyhound is Australia’s largest coach network. Here are our most popular routes to Brisbane!

How to get around Brisbane

Your Greyhound bus to Brisbane will drop you at the Roma Street Transit Centre in the heart of the CBD. (Additional stops are located at the Brisbane Domestic Airport and Brisbane International Airport.) From there, you’ll find getting around the city a breeze thanks to a first-class transport network.

Brisbane is a pleasure to explore on foot, thanks to the CBD’s compact structure and proximity to South Bank Parklands. But the city also boasts an excellent public transport infrastructure, with TransLink buses, trains, CityCats and ferry services available at regular intervals through the day and night.

Visitors to Brisbane can travel across the city with a Go Card; a touch-on touch-off system that allows you to travel seamlessly on all TransLink services across South East Queensland. Go Cards can be purchased at the TransLink office located in the Brisbane Visitor Information Centre on Queen Street Mall, and at most convenience stores and train stations.

Brisbane’s network of electric trains provides direct access to many of the city’s outer suburbs, while Brisbane’s bus network also connects outer and inner suburbs to the CBD.

For inner-city travel, the free City Loop and Spring Hill Loop bus services run every 10 minutes between 7am and 6pm from Monday to Friday. Simply jump on and jump off wherever you like. A free CityHopper ferry service also operates between the North Quay (CBD) and Sydney Street (New Farm) terminals, for those who would prefer to glide along the river that runs through the centre of Brisbane to reach their destination.

To reach destinations by river that fall outside the CityHopper’s boundaries (like the popular Eat Street Northshore markets), just hop on a CityCat or CityFerry service. You can tap on with your Go Card, or purchase a ticket on board.

For a detailed trip planning guide with fare calculators, timetables and suggestions on the best way to travel between Brisbane suburbs, visit

You can also take advantage of Brisbane’s extensive bike paths to cycle around town, with Brisbane City Council e-bikes available to be hired at various locations around the city.

Taxi ranks can also be found throughout Brisbane City and its surrounding suburbs, and can be ordered from Black & White Cabs on 133 222 or Yellow Taxi on 13 19 24.

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