The cultural centre of Brisbane, South Bank hosts much to see and do with events, exhibitions, the iconic Wheel of Brisbane and man-made Streets Beach.
The gateway to the CBD, Riverside is a hub for dining and a treat for those wishing to capture spectacular views of the Story Bridge.
One of Brisbane’s most beloved parks with a fantastic playground, BBQ facilities and gardens, and the historic Brisbane Powerhouse.
West End is a lively and quirky suburb, boasting weekend markets, and a fantastic array of cafes, pubs and bars centred along Boundary Street.
Enter the CBD from North Quay and visit Queen St Mall, Brisbane City Hall, King George Square and the Brisbane Tourist Information Centre.
Adjacent to the Queensland University of Technology campus, this terminal is also a stroll away from the enchanting Brisbane City Botanic Gardens and the Riverstage venue.
The final stop upstream, the UQ stop is a convenient option for students and for those wishing to see UQ’s iconic sandstone architecture.
The last stop downstream, Northshore Hamilton is a precinct that has enjoyed a transformation from an old wharf to a vibrant waterfront destination, the Eat Street Markets being a must-visit treat for visitors and locals alike.
Serviced by both the CityCats and a cross-river ferry service from Bulimba, Teneriffe boasts a selection of bars, restaurants, and the CityGlider bus that connects to Fortitude Valley, the City and West End.
Use our Kangaroo Point Cross River Ferry or CityHopper service to pop over to Kangaroo Point via the Holman St stop, and experience the lively and beautiful suburb under Brisbane’s iconic Story Bridge.
Situated in beautiful New Farm, from Sydney Street you can access the New Farm Riverwalk and the thriving Brunswick St which is a trendy location for bars and dining.
A charming suburb, this terminal is well traversed by commuters but also holds a series of delightful cafes, boutiques, and bars along Oxford St, only a few minutes walk from the historic Bulimba Ferry Terminal.
The stop closest to the XXXX Brewery and Suncorp Stadium, Milton Ferry Terminal is located along the bicentennial bikeway and only a short walk from Brisbane’s original café strip on Park Road, and Brisbane's own Eiffel Tower.
Situated in a park, this historic ferry terminal is well situated in Hawthorne, only a 10 minute walk away from the suburb’s precinct which features cafes, restaurants, and a cinema.
Experience maritime life in the present day with a ride on one of our CityHopper services to the museum which exhibits treasures from our maritime past. A perfect day out for anyone with a passion for ships or boats. Also close to the Mater Hospital and Queensland Children’s Hospital.
Follow Racecourse Road to Ascot’s café and shopping hub or walk along the river to Portside Wharf, home to a cruise terminal, cinema, dining spots and a fresh food market.
Named for the rowing regattas that were once held there, the Regatta terminal is located adjacent to the heritage-listed hotel of the same name and is close to Toowong Village Shopping Centre and Toowong train station.
A convenient stop for students and families, Guyatt Park is located in St Lucia, near the University of Queensland, but also has BBQ’s, gazebos, and a children’s playground.
A convenient stop for residents of Bulimba and Bulimba Barracks, Apollo road is only a 10-minute walk from Bulimba’s bustling Oxford St, featuring cafes, bars and boutiques.