Brisbane offers a wide array of transport services ranging from free public buses and ferries in the city center to ride-share, taxi, and even luxury limousines. Here’s the complete wrap on all the transport options in Brisbane.
Brisbane’s public buses including the free city centre loop buses and paid suburban services.
Brisbane is serviced by 8 train lines that offer transport around the city, to suburbs, and to other cities and regions in Queensland.
With the beautiful Brisbane River running through the heart of the city, ferries are a speedy and pleasant way to move around.
Taxis in Brisbane are modern and required to meet standards set by the government for vehicle safety and driver standards. They are also required to operate by the meter with fares set by the government.
Chauffeured hire car services are popular in Brisbane offering luxury model sedans, stretch, and super-stretch limousines which are perfect for special occasions, corporate transfers, or an alternative to Uber Black/Premium and Silver Service taxi.
Ride-share services in Brisbane include Uber, Ola, InGoGo, and Didi. Uber, Didi, and Ola are the largest service providers.
Operating in the CBD area you’ll find Green Cabs which are pedi-cabs that can be hailed or booked via their APP.
Car-sharing is relatively new in Brisbane but is growing rapidly. With car-sharing you can look for a car that’s not being used near you, book it on the APP and drive away, returning it when you are done.
Another alternative to public transport, Uber, and taxis is to rent a car and self-drive to explore Brisbane and surrounds.
Brisbane is very pleasant place to hire a bike and enjoy a ride around many of the scenic areas.