Bike parking and facilities

Park and lock your bike at bike racks, bike shelters and cyclepods at destinations around Brisbane. Cycle2City in King George Square in the city centre also provides a member-based end-of-trip facility for people riding a bike. Find out more about Council’s new bike repair stations and which public transport services you can take your bike on.

Bike parking

Bike racks

There are over 200 bike racks installed around Brisbane. You can locate bike racks by using the Cycling Brisbane bikeway map

To help increase bike parking available in the inner city, Council has installed new ‘green heart’ bike racks at 14 locations across the CBD, South Brisbane and Milton.

Green heart bike racks provide parking for two bikes when one is locked on either side of the rack.

You can also park your bike at every Council library. Each library building has bike racks nearby. 

To suggest a bike rack location, fill in the online form

Bike shelters

Bike shelters are shared closed spaces for storing bicycles securely at public transport interchanges across Brisbane. Bike shelters can store up to 24 bikes with secure, swipe card access. To use a Council bike shelter you will need to apply for an access card.

Bike shelters are located at:

  • Westfield Garden City shopping centre busway station
  • Westfield Chermside shopping centre, adjacent to the bus interchange
  • Mt Ommaney shopping centre bus interchange
  • Carindale Street, corner of Banchory Court opposite Westfield Carindale bus interchange.


Cyclepods provide a high level of sheltered secure bike parking for up to eight bicycles. 

Cyclepods are located at:

  • CityCat terminals:
    • Hawthorne
    • Mowbray Park
    • Guyatt Park
  • Bus interchanges:
    • Aspley Hypermarket
    • Cannon Hill Kmart Plaza
    • Centro Toombul.

Cycle2City (King George Square Cycle Centre)

Brisbane City Council and the Department of Transport and Main Roads jointly funded the construction of the King George Square Cycle Centre, now known as Cycle2City, which is a part of King George Square station.

To use and access Cycle2 City you need to be a member to use Cycle2City. Membership provides access to:

  • 420 individual bike racks       
  • male and female change rooms with a total of 35 showers
  • lockers
  • ironing and laundry service
  • excellent security
  • cycle access direct to the door via Turbot Street or Roma and Herschel Streets from the Bicentennial Bikeway or through Roma Street Parklands from the north.

Cycle2City is a partner of Council's Cycling Brisbane program. It’s free to join Cycling Brisbane, and members can enjoy 20% off their Cycle2City membership fee for the first six months.

Fit2Work is the operator of Cycle2City. 

Bicycle security

Don’t forget to lock your bike when you are out and about. For more tips on keeping your bike secure visit the Queensland Government website.

Bike repair stations

Council is installing bike repair stations along Brisbane's bikeway network. Instead of worrying about bringing toolkits along for your ride, you can rest your bike against the fixed blue stand and use a variety of attached tools (such as screwdrivers/allen keys/levers) to make basic repairs to your bike, or to inflate a tyre.

Stations are located at:

Bikes on public transport

Bikes are permitted on some forms of public transport.

CityCats and ferries

You can take your bike on CityCats and ferries subject to the availability of space and at the Master's discretion.


You can take your bike on Brisbane trains at all times during weekends and public holidays, and at off peak times on weekdays.

From 1 July 2021, Queensland Rail is running a six-month trial of allowing bikes and e-scooters on all trains during peak times. During this time, you can take your bike or e-scooter on trains during peak times, however you must:

  • travel only in the first and last carriages on six car trains (not permitted on three car trains)
  • board via the first or last train door
  • check for space and ensure only two bikes or e-scooters are in the first and last carriages at one time.

For more information on the trial, visit the Queensland Rail website.

Leaving your bike at public transport stations

You can leave your bike securely at many train and bus stations.

Visit Translink for more information on bike facilities at selected bus and train stations.

Last updated: 15 September 2021
Topics: cycling