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Public Transport

Brisbane is fast becoming Australia's New World City with Brisbane City Council operating one of the largest bus fleets in Australia, along with the iconic CityCat, CityFerry, and City Hopper network.

To travel on the bus City Cat and City Ferry network you will need a GoCard, click here to find out how and where to get one.

CityCat and CityFerry

Brisbane City Council operates a fleet of 19 CityCats and nine CityFerries along a network of 24 terminals stretching from The University of Queensland at St Lucia to Northshore Hamilton.

CityCats operate seven days a week with regular services every 13 minutes for most of the day, and express routes and more frequent services during peak times. For further information about these Brisbane River based services click here.

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City Hopper

Hop on and hop off the free CityHopper service which travels regularly between Sydney Street, New Farm, and North Quay. View the timetable and map.

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CityCycle is an active and sustainable public transport option aimed at reducing traffic congestion and parking pressures in the inner city.

CityCycle is available to residents and visitors to Brisbane over 17 years of age. CityCycle bike hire stations are located at key inner city destinations linking to bus, train and ferry connections.

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Bus Services

For bus timetable information, vist the Translink website or phone 13 12 30.


City Glider

The CityGlider buses provide fast transport from West End to Teneriffe, and from Ashgrove to Stones Corner with regular services during peak and off-peak times. 

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Bus Stop Accessibility Improvement Program