Getting around | Brisbane City Council

Getting around

Getting around Brisbane is easy with the many transport options on offer. Travel by river with Brisbane City Council's CityCat and ferry services, travel by road using the extensive bus network or find parking for your own car or get out on your bike using one of Council's many bikeways and shared pathways.


Cycling in Brisbane

With an extensive network of bikeways and shared pathways and great bike-related events and facilities, Brisbane has some of the best cycle facilities in the country. Sign up for free to Cycling Brisbane to receive exclusive deals and discounts, project updates and much more. Cycling Brisbane also includes a heap of bike rides to try including casual, family and training rides.


CityCat and ferry services

Brisbane City Council operates a fleet of 19 CityCats and nine monohull CityFerries (including CityHoppers). Learn more about the CityCat and ferry services and terminal locations.



Find out about Council bus services including Buz, CityGlider and free city loop buses.


Parking and permits

Brisbane City Council regulates vehicle parking in Brisbane and operates two car parks in the Brisbane CBD at King George Square and Wickham Terrace. Find out about parking zones, restrictions, parking regulations and signage.


29 July 2016