CityCat, SpeedyCat, CityHopper and Cross River CityFerry terminals are located along the Brisbane River between UQ St Lucia and Northshore Hamilton. Check the map to find your nearest terminal.
CityCat, SpeedyCat and ferry services
Brisbane City Council operates a fleet of 23 CityCats and five KittyCats (including City Hoppers). The nine monohull ferries are currently out of service. A network of 23 terminals stretches from The University of Queensland at St Lucia (UQ St Lucia) to Northshore Hamilton.
Council has delivered four of nine Generation 4 double-decker CityCats:
- Yoogera, commenced service in November 2019
- Neville Bonner, commenced service in August 2020
- Mianjin II, commenced service in April 2021
- Barrambin II, commenced service in October 2021.
This is all part of our plan to deliver a modern public transport network with a further five Generation 4 double-decker CityCats joining the fleet before June 2025.
As part of our commitment to deliver a world-class public transport network, Council introduced SpeedyCats in September 2018. SpeedyCats provide more than 100 peak hour express services each week.