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Brisbane Guide

A Guide to Brisbane

Know Before You Go

  • Get free WiFi. Data in Australia is slow and expensive. If you need to get online, there is free WiFi available in 22 parks and public spaces.
  • Buy a Go Card. If you plan on using public transport a lot while in town, this card will help you save 30% on ticket prices. It can be used on any train, bus or ferry and you can get a refund for the money left on the card at the end of your trip.
  • Take the Brisbane City Loop. It's a free and convenient bus service the operates in the CBD. The bus runs from 7:00 a.m. to 5:50 p.m. and it's one of the best ways to explore Brisbane if you're on a tight budget.
  • Go watch some live music. Brisbane is one of the world's top five music hotspots. Head to the Valley for the highest concentration of bars, pubs, and clubs and see for yourself what all the fuss is about.
  • Don't forget the sunscreen. Even if you're visiting Brisbane in the cooler months, it's still possible to get sunburnt. Protect yourself by wearing sunglasses, staying hydrated and lathering on the sunscreen.

Getting Around Brisbane

Brisbane has an extensive and affordable public transport system to help you get around.

  • Hop on board one of the CityCat ferries. There are 21 that operate along the Brisbane River. Tickets start at AUD 4.60, and the service runs every 15 to 30 minutes from 5:15 a.m. to 12:45 a.m.
  • Explore Brisbane with one of the free lop buses. The City Loop and The Spring Hill Loop offer travellers a convenient and affordable way to get around to popular areas in the city. TransLink also operates buses between the Brisbane suburbs and the CBD. Fares start at AUD 4.60 per person.
  • Use the light rail service to get to the outer suburbs from the city. A single trip ticket costs AUD 4.60 for zone one, or you can use a Go card and only pay AUD 2.56.
  • Cycle your way around the city. Brisbane has over 300 miles of pathways, making it easy to explore via bike. You can rent your set of wheels for AUD 35 per day, or you can use the CityCycle bike-share program. The first 30 minutes are free, and after that, you only pay AUD 5 per hour.
  • Hail a cab. Several metered taxi companies operate in the city and can be flagged down. Ride-sharing services like Uber are also available. Fares usually start at AUD 3 and go up by AUD 4.84 for each kilometre travelled. Brisbane also has a Green Cab service that costs AUD 15 per person for a three-block trip.
  • Brisbane's compact size makes it easy to explore on foot. The Brisbane Riverwalk has several paths that run for 12 miles.
  • Hire a car for day trips. Due to the reliable public transport system, you only need a car to explore destinations beyond the city's borders. Car rental desks can be found at the airport or in downtown Brisbane.

Best time to visit Brisbane

When is The Best Time to Visit Brisbane?

The best time to visit Brisbane is during its autumn season. From March to May there is little rainfall, and it's scorching temperatures start to dip. You'll have an easier time finding hotel deals, and the city's calendar is packed with events like the Brisbane Comedy Festival and Bike Week.

June to August is winter in Brisbane, but temperatures hover around 15°C. With mostly sunny days, the city is full of large outdoor events. Plan your trip around the Food and Wine Festival or the Queensland Music Festival. The only downside about visiting during this time is that the crowds will push up hotel rates.

September to November is spring and marks one of Brisbane's biggest events. The annual Brisbane Festival attracts hordes of local and international travellers. If you're planning to visit during this festival, book a few months in advance to lock in prices on airfare and hotel rooms before they skyrocket.

The least popular time of year to visit Brisbane is during its summer months. From December to February, temperatures reach highs of 30°C, and heavy rains and thunderstorms are common. If you can handle the less than perfect weather, you'll have the city's attractions to yourself and save with low hotel rates.

Airports in Brisbane

Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport is the third busiest in Australia. It serves 31 airlines and offers routes to 50 domestic and 29 international destinations. The airport is a hub for Virgin Australia, Qantas, Jetstar Airways and Tigerair.

Getting To And From Brisbane Airport

The quickest way to get from the airport is with the Airtrain. It only takes 20 minutes to arrive in the city, and trains leave the airport every 15-minutes between 5:04 a.m. and 10:04 p.m.

TransLink has two buses that run from the airport into the city. Follow the signs to the bus stop outside of the terminals and take either route 569 or 590.

If you don't want to take public transport, you'll find the taxi rank in front of the terminal building. Ride-sharing services like Uber are also available. You can meet your driver in front of the domestic arrivals terminal for immediate pickup.

For car rentals, you'll find the desks located on level 1 of the domestic terminal. 

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A Guide to Brisbane

Know Before You Go

  • Get free WiFi. Data in Australia is slow and expensive. If you need to get online, there is free WiFi available in 22 parks and public spaces.
  • Buy a Go Card. If you plan on using public transport a lot while in town, this card will help you save 30% on ticket prices. It can be used on any train, bus or ferry and you can get a refund for the money left on the card at the end of your trip.
  • Take the Brisbane City Loop. It's a free and convenient bus service the operates in the CBD. The bus runs from 7:00 a.m. to 5:50 p.m. and it's one of the best ways to explore Brisbane if you're on a tight budget.
  • Go watch some live music. Brisbane is one of the world's top five music hotspots. Head to the Valley for the highest concentration of bars, pubs, and clubs and see for yourself what all the fuss is about.
  • Don't forget the sunscreen. Even if you're visiting Brisbane in the cooler months, it's still possible to get sunburnt. Protect yourself by wearing sunglasses, staying hydrated and lathering on the sunscreen.

Getting Around Brisbane

Brisbane has an extensive and affordable public transport system to help you get around.

  • Hop on board one of the CityCat ferries. There are 21 that operate along the Brisbane River. Tickets start at AUD 4.60, and the service runs every 15 to 30 minutes from 5:15 a.m. to 12:45 a.m.
  • Explore Brisbane with one of the free lop buses. The City Loop and The Spring Hill Loop offer travellers a convenient and affordable way to get around to popular areas in the city. TransLink also operates buses between the Brisbane suburbs and the CBD. Fares start at AUD 4.60 per person.
  • Use the light rail service to get to the outer suburbs from the city. A single trip ticket costs AUD 4.60 for zone one, or you can use a Go card and only pay AUD 2.56.
  • Cycle your way around the city. Brisbane has over 300 miles of pathways, making it easy to explore via bike. You can rent your set of wheels for AUD 35 per day, or you can use the CityCycle bike-share program. The first 30 minutes are free, and after that, you only pay AUD 5 per hour.
  • Hail a cab. Several metered taxi companies operate in the city and can be flagged down. Ride-sharing services like Uber are also available. Fares usually start at AUD 3 and go up by AUD 4.84 for each kilometre travelled. Brisbane also has a Green Cab service that costs AUD 15 per person for a three-block trip.
  • Brisbane's compact size makes it easy to explore on foot. The Brisbane Riverwalk has several paths that run for 12 miles.
  • Hire a car for day trips. Due to the reliable public transport system, you only need a car to explore destinations beyond the city's borders. Car rental desks can be found at the airport or in downtown Brisbane.

When is The Best Time to Visit Brisbane?

The best time to visit Brisbane is during its autumn season. From March to May there is little rainfall, and it's scorching temperatures start to dip. You'll have an easier time finding hotel deals, and the city's calendar is packed with events like the Brisbane Comedy Festival and Bike Week.

June to August is winter in Brisbane, but temperatures hover around 15°C. With mostly sunny days, the city is full of large outdoor events. Plan your trip around the Food and Wine Festival or the Queensland Music Festival. The only downside about visiting during this time is that the crowds will push up hotel rates.

September to November is spring and marks one of Brisbane's biggest events. The annual Brisbane Festival attracts hordes of local and international travellers. If you're planning to visit during this festival, book a few months in advance to lock in prices on airfare and hotel rooms before they skyrocket.

The least popular time of year to visit Brisbane is during its summer months. From December to February, temperatures reach highs of 30°C, and heavy rains and thunderstorms are common. If you can handle the less than perfect weather, you'll have the city's attractions to yourself and save with low hotel rates.

Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport is the third busiest in Australia. It serves 31 airlines and offers routes to 50 domestic and 29 international destinations. The airport is a hub for Virgin Australia, Qantas, Jetstar Airways and Tigerair.

Getting To And From Brisbane Airport

The quickest way to get from the airport is with the Airtrain. It only takes 20 minutes to arrive in the city, and trains leave the airport every 15-minutes between 5:04 a.m. and 10:04 p.m.

TransLink has two buses that run from the airport into the city. Follow the signs to the bus stop outside of the terminals and take either route 569 or 590.

If you don't want to take public transport, you'll find the taxi rank in front of the terminal building. Ride-sharing services like Uber are also available. You can meet your driver in front of the domestic arrivals terminal for immediate pickup.

For car rentals, you'll find the desks located on level 1 of the domestic terminal. 

See more of Brisbane