Timetables and tickets

Brisbane City Council operates one of the largest bus fleets in Australia, along with the CityCat and ferry network.


Timetables are available for download on the Translink website and are also displayed at ferry terminals.


Due to coronavirus, services in South East Queensland will only accept pre-paid tickets to reduce cash handling.

This means you will need to use a go card or pay for a paper ticket at a station fare machine rather than purchasing a ticket or topping up a go card on-board.

Visit the Translink website for information about go card ticketing, including how and where to purchase one.


Children, school students, tertiary students, seniors, pensioners and veterans may be eligible to concessional travel on rail, bus and ferry services. For more information about concessional travel, visit the Translink website

Faulty tickets

Phone Translink on 13 12 30 for information about faulty ticket refunds.

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