Get to know the Woolloongabba Bikeway

With final works completed in July 2019, the Woolloongabba Bikeway provides a safe corridor for cyclists travelling along Stanley Street and Annerley Road. It's just one of the ways we're getting you home quicker and safer, getting more cars off the roads and creating more travel options.

The personal safety of Brisbane residents and visitors is our top priority. Due to coronavirus, some of our events, services and venues have been impacted.

Check our Coronavirus: Council updates and impacts page for latest updates. For event information, search our What’s On calendar to see if an event has been impacted.

Get to know the new bikeway

Stretching 2.5 kilometres, the bikeway features dedicated bike lanes, separators in key locations and three floating bus stops. Key intersections along Annerley Road and Stanley Street were altered to help improve safety, including a new signalised intersection, shared crossings and removal of some right turns.

If you don't have a bike of your own, the new CityCycle station on Annerley Road, near the Stanley Street intersection, will help you get riding on the bikeway with ease.

Connecting you to work and play

Riding a bike is a great way to exercise, explore Brisbane and connect with friends and family in the places that make our city great. The new Woolloongabba Bikeway forms an important link in Brisbane's growing network of safe, convenient and connected bikeways. 

Heading to Brisbane's latest riverside hotspot - Howard Smith Wharves? Ride seamlessly along the Woolloongabba Bikeway to Brisbane City via the Goodwill Bridge and along Riverwalk and the City Reach Boardwalk to reach Howard Smith Wharves. CityCycle station 23 has officially opened in the Howard Smith Whaves precinct. 

More choice when it comes to travel

The Woolloongabba Bikeway is part of our Better Bikeways for Brisbane program and one of the ways Council is connecting you with more to see and do in Brisbane.

The $100 million program will extend the city's bikeway network and improve access to local destinations and the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD), so you can get to know our city's suburbs via connecting bikeways.

Council is committed to creating dedicated bikeways and active travel options, with record levels of investment in developing a safer and more connected transport network, to give you more choice when it comes to travel so you can spend more time doing what's important.

Stay up to date with bikeways

Many other bikeway projects are still underway to make it even easier for you to get around the city by bike. Stay up to date with what projects are currently underway, so you can be among the first to try out our high-quality, new bikeways as they are completed.

Related links

Date posted:
Last updated:23 April 2020
Topics: things to do