CityCat and ferry terminal locations
CityCats, CityHoppers and cross-river CityFerries are located along the Brisbane River between St Lucia and Hamilton. This map contains the location, address and current status of each terminal. Click on any of the ferry terminal icons to display the terminal details.
For up-to-date timetable information, visit TransLink's website.
CityCat and ferry terminal map
The following CityCat and ferry terminals are ordered from upstream to downstream.
|Terminal name||Location||Places of interest||CityCat or ferry|
|UQ St Lucia||Sir William MacGregor Drive, St Lucia||This ferry terminal is the furthest stop upstream and is located on the magnificent 114-hectare campus of The University of Queensland (UQ). Here you can take advantage of the many public walkways, visit libraries, museums, sport facilities and art collections or see a show at the popular Schonell Theatre.||CityCat|
|West End||Hoogley Street, West End||West End’s lively Boundary Street is a 20-minute walk from the ferry terminal. West End is home to the Queensland Ballet Company and offers a vibrant mix of entertainment, live music, cafés, fine dining and vintage shopping. The CityGlider bus service stops here and connects you to the city centre, Fortitude Valley and Teneriffe.||CityCat|
|Guyatt Park||Macquarie Street, St Lucia||Guyatt Park features barbecues, gazebos, free Wi-Fi and a children’s playground.||CityCat|
|Regatta||Coronation Drive, Toowong||The Regatta terminal links ferry passengers with the Bicentennial Bikeway – ideal for walking or a leisurely bike ride. This is the best stop for visiting Toowong Village shopping centre, Toowong Library, cafés and the heritage-listed Regatta Hotel. This terminal also provides access to Toowong train station.||CityCat|
|Milton||Coronation Drive, Toowong||Wander along Brisbane’s original café strip on Park Road and see the replica Eiffel Tower. This is the best stop for those going to Suncorp Stadium or the XXXX Brewery.||CityCat|
|North Quay||Queens Wharf Road, North Quay||North Quay provides access to the city centre, our iconic Brisbane City Hall, King George Square and the retail heart of the city, Queen Street Mall, which includes the Brisbane Visitor Information Centre. You can also visit Brisbane Square Library or Roma Street Parkland, both of which offer free Wi-Fi.||CityCat and CityHopper|
|South Bank 1 and 2||South Bank Parklands||South Bank is the cultural and recreational centre of Brisbane. Visit the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) for musicals, ballets and operas. The Queensland Museum, Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), the State Library of Queensland and the Wheel of Brisbane are also nearby.||CityCat|
|QUT Gardens Point||Gardens Point Road, City||The terminal at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is perfect for students and visitors to enjoy the campus libraries, cafés and sports centre. Nearby attractions include the Riverstage, City Botanic Gardens, Queensland Parliament House, Old Government House and the William Robinson Gallery.||CityCat|
|South Bank 3||South Bank Parklands||South Bank attractions include the inner-city lagoon on Streets Beach, weekend markets, 17 hectares of parklands and some of Brisbane’s finest dining spots.||CityHopper|
|Maritime Museum||Dock Street, South Brisbane||If you have an interest in ships or boats, visit the Queensland Maritime Museum and discover historical artefacts and vessels. This stop is also near the Mater hospitals and the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital. From here, you can walk or cycle over the Goodwill Bridge to reach the City Botanic Gardens.||CityHopper|
|Thornton Street||Thornton Street, Kangaroo Point||Take a short walk along the river to Kangaroo Point Cliffs, where you can relax in the parklands or try something adventurous such as kayaking or rock climbing.||CityHopper and cross-river CityFerry|
|Eagle Street Pier||Eagle Street, City||
Just a few minutes’ walk apart, the Riverside and Eagle Street Pier terminals connect the financial district of the city. With spectacular views of the river and the Story Bridge, you can experience a variety of award-winning dining and retail outlets. For a taste of Queensland’s early heritage and culture, Customs House is just a short walk downstream.
*Riverside terminal is wheelchair-accessible.
CityHopper and cross-river CityFerry
|Riverside*||Riverside Centre, Eagle Street, City||CityCat|
|Holman Street||Holman Street, Kangaroo Point||Holman Street takes you to Brisbane’s most famous icon, the Story Bridge, which is 1.3 kilometres long and reaches 77 metres at its highest point. Adventure climbs are available and you can enjoy commentary while taking in a 360-degree view of the city. At the base of the bridge, the Story Bridge Hotel (established in 1886) is an ideal spot to relax.||CityHopper and cross-river CityFerry|
|Dockside||Ferry Street, Kangaroo Point||Dockside was once the hub of Brisbane’s ship building industry. Now it is a busy marina with retail outlets and restaurants.||CityHopper|
|Sydney Street||Sydney Street, New Farm||From Sydney Street in New Farm, take a short walk down Griffith Street to Merthyr Road (via Riverview Court) to access Brisbane Riverwalk. Continue your walk a little further to bustling Brunswick Street, where you will find many popular bars and dining spots.||CityCat and CityHopper|
|Mowbray Park||Park Avenue, East Brisbane||Mowbray Park is the closest stop to The Gabba, one of Brisbane’s most famous sporting arenas. The Gabba is home to the Brisbane Lions Australian Football League (AFL) male and female teams, and the Queensland Bulls and Brisbane Heat male and female cricket teams - just walk down Wellington Road to reach the grounds. The Woolloongabba antique and restaurant precinct is located on Logan Road, a 20-minute walk from the terminal.||CityCat|
|New Farm Park||Brunswick Street, New Farm||Hop off here to enjoy all that New Farm Park has to offer, including a spectacular children’s playground, barbecue facilities, free Wi-Fi and the New Farm Library. The historic Brisbane Powerhouse is within walking distance, and hosts live performances, restaurants and a weekly farmers’ market. You can also take a short bus trip to Fortitude Valley, where you will find Chinatown and Brunswick Street malls, and a host of dining and entertainment venues.||CityCat and cross-river CityFerry|
|Norman Park||Wynnum Road, Norman Park||Norman Park is a riverfront suburb located six kilometres from the central business district. This terminal connects with the off-road shared bikeway and provides cross-river access to New Farm Park.||Cross-river CityFerry|
|Hawthorne||Gordon Street, Hawthorne||Hawthorne terminal features a leafy park and modern playground. Take a 10-minute walk down Lindsay Street to Hawthorne Road and Riding Road precincts which offer cafés, restaurants, a cinema, day spas and a local sports ground.||CityCat|
|Bulimba||Oxford Street, Bulimba||Just a few minutes’ walk from the terminal is the Oxford Street precinct which offers a variety of cafés, restaurants and specialty shops as well as a cinema and Bulimba Memorial Park. Take a stroll up Oxford Street to follow the heritage plaques that form the Bulimba Heritage Trail.||CityCat and cross river CityFerry|
|Teneriffe||Commercial Road, Teneriffe||Surrounded by historical residential buildings, Teneriffe offers visitors a mixture of trendy cafés, restaurants and bars. The CityGlider bus service stops here and connects you to Fortitude Valley, the city centre and West End.||CityCat and cross river CityFerry|
|Bretts Wharf||Kingsford Smith Drive, Hamilton||Stroll along Racecourse Road to Ascot’s thriving café and shopping scene or walk a little further to the famous Eagle Farm and Doomben racecourses. Just up the river is Portside Wharf, home to a first-class international cruise terminal, fresh food market, cinema, retail outlets and dining spots.||CityCat|
|Apollo Road||Apollo Road, Bulimba||Apollo Road terminal provides access to the Bulimba Barracks and is a 10-minute walk to Bulimba’s bustling Oxford Street.||CityCat|
|Northshore Hamilton||Northshore Riverside Park, Hamilton||The last downstream terminal and popular residential precinct, Northshore Hamilton is a great place for a quiet coffee or family picnic, with easy access to the Eat Street Markets.||CityCat|