With Airtrain's fast and reliable service, delegates can reach Brisbane City in just 20 minutes.
The express service runs every 15 minutes from the international and domestic terminals during peak hours, stopping at five inner-city stations. Tickets can be bought online, at the Brisbane Airport customer service counter (domestic terminal), and at Airtrain, city and suburban train stations. For further information, visit www.airtrain.com.au
The TBus service provides a cost-effective connection between the international and domestic terminals. Bus stops are located outside the arrival halls, and services run regularly throughout the day. Alternatively, Airtrain and taxi services provide an easy inter-terminal transfer option.
Dedicated taxi ranks are centrally located on the front doorstep of Brisbane Airport’s international and domestic terminals. A taxi fare from the airport to the city will cost approximately $35-$45. For further information, visit the Black & White Cabs or Yellow Cabs website.
Various vehicle rental companies, chauffeured cars and charter services operate in and around Brisbane. Click here to search for a Brisbane transport operator.
The Brisbane Visitor Information and Booking Centre is located in the heart of Brisbane’s busiest shopping precinct in the Queen Street Mall (between Edward and Albert Sts). The fully-accredited centre holds a travel agency licence and offers a wide range of information and tourist booking services for travellers. Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 9am-5.30pm; Friday 9am-7pm; Saturday 9am-5pm; and Sunday 10am-5pm. (closed Good Friday and Christmas Day. On Anzac Day (25 April) the centre is open 1-5pm and all other public holidays the centre is open 9.30am-4.30pm.)
The South Bank Visitor Centre is located in the heart of South Bank on the Stanley Street Plaza. The centre offers detailed information on South Bank attractions and travel services. Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 9am-5pm (closed Good Friday and Christmas Day).
Visitor Information centres are also located at the Brisbane Airport in the arrivals hall of the international terminal and on the ground floor of the domestic terminal. Both centres offer a range of information and booking services for travellers. Opening hours (international): Monday to Sunday 6am-2am. Opening hours (domestic): Monday to Friday 7am-2.45pm; and Saturday 7-10.45am and Sunday 8.15am-12.15pm. www.visitbrisbane.com.au
The main Australia Post Office is located at 117 Queen St, just beyond Queen Street Mall. Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm and Saturday 9am-noon. Other Australia Post branches are located throughout the city and suburbs. In addition, stamps can often be bought at newsagents. www.auspost.com.au
Getting around South East Queensland using public transport is easy. Visit TransLink’s website for timetables, maps and destinations, plus everything you need to know about catching a bus, train or ferry. There is also information about late-night services and safety and security. www.translink.com.au