Explore Brisbane's city centre with Council's free bus loops

City Loop

Did you know that Brisbane City Council operates a free, fully electric and high frequency bus loop service to connect you to all your favourite spots in and around Brisbane's city centre?

City Loop

Operating on weekdays every 10 minutes between 7am-6pm, the City Loop will take you around Brisbane City's most iconic sites, with stops at Brisbane City Hall, City Botanic Gardens, Queen Street Mall and more.  The loop service has a clockwise (route 40) and an anti-clockwise route (route 50). You can easily spot City Loop buses and stops as they use a distinctive purple colour.

The City Loop is great for:

Spring Hill Loop

Hop onto the Spring Hill Loop (route 30) and explore the colourful Roma Street Parkland, or see the city sights by hopping off at Post Office Square. Running daily every 10 minutes in peak hours and every 20 minutes off peak, this service uses two silent and smooth electric buses to get you where you need to go.

The Spring Hill Loop is great for:

South Brisbane Loop

As part of an 18-month trial to mid-2024, Council's newest free bus loop goes around to the most popular stops in South Brisbane and West End. Operating daily every 10-12 minutes, this bus can take you from South Brisbane station to the State Library of Queensland, Davies Park, South Bank Parklands and back in no time.

The South Brisbane Loop is great for:

Do I need a go card to catch a free loop bus?

No! You can simply hop onto the loop bus and hop off at your stop.

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