WE'RE HERE FOR YOU

Customer Information

Our services operate seven days a week, providing the people of Brisbane an affordable and reliable way to get around. Our CityCats cruise up and down the river between UQ St Lucia and Northshore Hamilton at a top speed of 25 knots whilst our smaller Cross River CityFerries and CityHopper services cruise at a more leisurely pace of around 10 knots.

Beat the city traffic and experience Brisbane from the water. The Brisbane River connects to a wealth of recreational, environmental, cultural and dining experiences.

CityCat on Brisbane River

Ticketing

Travel with go card! The go card is TransLink's electronic ticket to fast, easy and convenient travel in South East Queensland. With a go card, all you need to do is top up the balance online or at one of the hundreds of participating retailers, then touch on each time you board and touch off each time you disembark a ferry (free CityHopper services excluded).

Fares are calculated automatically and based on the number of zones you travel through during your journey. The fare is deducted from your go card balance when touching off at the end of your journey.

All trips onboard Brisbane ferry services travel within Zone 1. 

To find out more about zones, go cards, and other types of tickets, including single paper tickets, concessions and special access passes, visit the TransLink website or call 13 12 30.

Mother and daughter travelling on a CityCat in Brisbane

Lost property

If you have lost something onboard one of our services, we will do everything we can to get it back to you. Call us as soon as possible to register your lost item. Alternatively, you can contact us via our contact form.

Phone: 07 3569 4499

It’s important that you give us a full description of the item/s lost. If you are able to provide us with a service, vessel name and the time of travel there’s a better chance of tracking your lost item/s.

Collecting your property
Item/s can be retrieved from our Riverside Ferry Information Centre opposite the Riverside ferry terminal, 100 metres from Eagle StreetPier. Collection times are between 9am to 5pm daily (excluding Christmas day)

For security purposes, please bring photo ID when collecting items from either of our locations. 

Hand hygiene for COVID on RiverCity Ferries in Brisbane

FOR YOUR SAFETY

COVID-19 Update

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, our services are temporarily cashless. This means customers are unable to purchase paper tickets or use cash to top up their go cards onboard ferry services. 

Brisbane River from Kangaroo Point Cliffs

PLAN YOUR JOURNEY

Timetables

To check current routes, timetables and fare information visit translink.com.au or call 1312 30.

CityCat timetable

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CityHopper and Cross River timetables

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Dog on a ferry

WHAT TO KNOW

Dogs on board

Customers can now enjoy travelling with their pet dog on CityCats and ferries during off-peak times 8:30am–3:30pm and 7pm–6am Monday to Friday and all weekend.

To ensure the safety and comfort of all passengers, please keep the following in mind when travelling with your four-legged friend:

  • ensure your dog is on a lead and wearing a muzzle or in an enclosed carrier
  • remain outside the ferry cabin (and on the lower level) and maintain control of your pet at all times
  • carry waste bags and clean up and take with you any mess your dog makes while on board
  • only travel with a maximum of two dogs at a time.
Ferry terminal in Brisbane

HELP US PROVIDE A BETTER SERVICE

Feedback

Your feedback is important to us. To provide any comments or commendations about the CityCats, and CityFerry services please do so via this form.

FEEDBACK FORM

CONDITIONS OF TRAVEL

TransLink Policies

TransLink policies and procedures for safe passenger travel apply on all Brisbane City Council ferry services.

TransLink Conditions of Travel ›

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