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Brisbane prides itself on being green and its sustainability, so it’s no wonder that public transport is one of the best ways to get around the city. With the TransLink go card you can travel seamlessly on all TransLink bus, ferry and rail services across south-east Queensland. It’s the perfect travel companion. Get your go card from selected retailers and QR stations, online or over the phone, and top up your card balance like a prepaid mobile phone whenever it suits you. Are you looking for public transport information in your language? Are you expecting international visitors? The Translink website has updated its online translations to include public transport information in 17 different languages.

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Want to know the easiest way to get around town? Pick up a TransLink go card and travel seamlessly on all TransLink bus, ferry and rail services across South East Queensland. The perfect travel companion, go cards are available from attended Queensland Rail stations, online , over the phone, any 7-Eleven or Night Owl store and selected retailers displaying the 'buy' symbol. Top up the card balance like a prepaid mobile phone whenever it suits. Find out more here .  

Free Transport  

Hail a bus for free in the inner city. The City Loop and Spring Hill Loop bus services circle the city every 10 minutes and stop at destinations in the CBD and Spring Hill precincts between 7am to 6pm weekdays. Glide between Brisbane’s inner-city precincts by hopping on the free CityHopper ferry service, which travels along the river from North Quay to Sydney Street, New Farm. For any inquiries regarding public transport, please contact Translink on 13 12 30 or visit the website .  


Let the river be your guide. Brisbane’s ferries, affectionately known as CityCats, are one of the most enjoyable ways to explore The City. Glide along the river with CityCat and ferry services, perfect for sight-seeing and accessing key city spots. A go card is required to travel on a CityCat or Cross River ferry. Hop on board the free CityHopper ferry service to get round inner-city precincts for free. For any inquiries regarding public transport, please contact Translink on 13 12 30 or visit the website .  


Explore Brisbane’s neighbourhoods through a comprehensive bus service that runs throughout the city, connecting the outer and inner suburbs to the CBD, major shopping centres, entertainment and dining precincts, railway stations and ferry terminals. Take advantage of special NightLink bus services running after midnight on Fridays and Saturdays for late-night travellers. Or get around the inner city with the free City Loop and Spring Hill Loop. Plan your trip now on Translink’s journey planner. For any inquiries regarding public transport, please contact Translink on 13 12 30 or visit the website .  


Brisbane’s speedy network of electric trains has the Greater Brisbane region covered and provides direct access to the city, quirky neighbourhood precincts and outer suburbs. There is also a handy Airtrain service that is completely integrated into the Queensland Rail suburban network, with regular trains running from Brisbane Airport directly to Brisbane City and the Gold Coast. Travel on a single ticket from any station in South East Queensland to Brisbane Airport. For any inquiries regarding public transport, please contact Translink on 13 12 30 or visit the website .  


Taxi ranks are available at the Brisbane international and domestic airports, as well as throughout The City and inner-city precincts. Jump in a taxi to be assured of a quick and efficient way of getting around. A standard taxi will cater for four passengers or fewer. For wheel-chair access or to transport five to 10 passengers, it’s best to order a Multi Passenger Taxi. Contact Black & White Cabs on 133 222 and 13cabs 13 22 27. 


Brisbane is home to Uber, DiDi, Ola, Lyft and GoCatch. 


You are permitted to drive in Queensland if you hold a valid Australian or foreign licence. If your licence is in a language other than English, you should carry an English translation of it when driving. 

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Make the most of Brisbane’s wonderful outdoor climate by biking or scootering around town. There are extensive bicycle paths running throughout the city and pedal-power offers a healthy and inexpensive way of getting around. Download the Neuron and Beam apps to hire handy e-bikes and e-scooters to navigate Brisbane with ease. Don’t forget to wear your helmet and follow all speed limits!  

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Getting around Brisbane

With riverside expressways and an extensive public transport system, getting around Brisbane is straightforward and efficient.

By Mark Sariban

Brisbane is an easy city to get around. The metropolitan area has a great range of options for public transport, driving, cycling and walking. Here’s how to move around the city with ease.

Transport in Brisbane

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Brisbane has an extensive public transport system of buses, trains and ferries. To use the network, it’s recommended that you purchase a TransLink Go Card . You can also purchase pre-paid paper tickets at stations and fare machines before boarding a bus, train or ferry service.

  • Use a Go Card on the TransLink network throughout southeast Queensland, including services from Brisbane to the Gold Coast or Sunshine Coast .
  • Purchase a Go Card and load it with funds at designated retailers at Brisbane Airport and convenience stores, and at train stations throughout the city. Go Card also has specific offers for visitors and tourists. You can add money to the card at fare machines and Go Card retailers across the city.
  • Tap your Go Card on the reader when you board your selected mode of transport and be sure to tap off when you disembark.
  • You can also pay for selected train fares with contactless credit cards, debit cards and mobile devices, with smart ticketing being rolled out across the public transport network. 

Tip: If you are using a credit card, debit card or mobile device instead of a Go Card, be sure to use the same payment method when you tap on and tap off.

Brisbane is serviced by domestic and international terminals at Brisbane Airport (BNE). There are several options for reaching the city from the airport.

  • The Airtrain runs from the domestic and international terminals to stations in Brisbane’s city centre. Travel time between the airport and the city is around 20 minutes, with services running every 15–30 minutes. Use a Go Card for your fare or purchase single tickets for travel. Purchase your tickets in advance through the Airtrain website for discounted fares.
  • You’ll find taxi ranks and rideshare pick-up areas at the front of each terminal – simply follow the signage. The journey from the airport to the city takes around 20 minutes outside of peak periods. 
  • If you’re travelling with a lot of luggage, you can book a door-to-door airport transfer with Con-X-ion .

Tip: Even if you’re travelling in a group of four or more, it will be less expensive to travel to the city by Airtrain than taxi or rideshare.

In Australia, airlines, trains, buses and ferries have accessible options for people using mobility devices, as well as services for hearing and vision impaired travellers.

  • Brisbane Airport provides special assistance for people with disabilities and can help with baggage, getting around the airport, and getting on and off the plane. 
  • The majority of trains have accessible options – check the TransLink website for information on using public transport before your trip.
  • All Brisbane City Council buses have low floors providing level access, as well a wheelchair ramps.
  • All CityCat ferries and most terminals are fully accessible. However, CityHopper and Cross River Ferry services are not accessible.

Getting around Brisbane on public transport

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City Cat, Brisbane, Queensland © Tourism and Events Queensland

Brisbane’s rail network is a great way to visit attractions across the city and reach the surrounding suburbs. Use the Journey Planner tool to map your route.

  • Major stations in the city include Central Station and Roma Street Station. From either of these stations, you can catch a train to reach attractions including the Queensland Museum or the Gallery of Modern Art , and destinations such as South Bank or Fortitude Valley.

Brisbane has a number of busways that separate buses from other traffic on the roads. The bus network is an efficient way of hopping around Brisbane and its neighbourhoods. Use the Journey Planner tool to map your route.

  • Free City Loop and Spring Hill Loop bus services operate in the city centre. These bus loops run in both clockwise and anti-clockwise directions, and depart every 10 minutes between 7am and 6pm. 
  • CityGlider bus services pass through the city centre on two routes: from West End to Teneriffe; and from Ashgrove to Coorparoo. These services run every 5–15 minutes.

The Brisbane River makes its way through the centre of Brisbane, so ferries are a popular way to get around. 

  • The free CityHopper ferry operates between North Quay terminal in South Bank and Sydney Street wharf in New Farm. You can use this service to travel to the Howard Smith Wharves dining and entertainment precinct. 
  • Use a Go Card to catch the CityCat ferry , which will take you to attractions like Eat Street Northshore and the City Botanic Gardens.

Getting around Brisbane by car

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James Street, Brisbane, Queensland © Tourism and Events Queensland

Driving in Brisbane is straightforward and safe, but you may want to check whether your hotel charges a daily parking fee. 

  • Brisbane City Council operates two centrally located car parks , at King George Square and Wickham Terrace. 
  • You can also book tours to many of the stunning destinations outside of Brisbane and leave the driving to someone else.

Brisbane is serviced by two major taxi companies, 13cabs and Black & White Cabs . 

  • You can hail a taxi on the street or at taxi ranks in built-up areas. 
  • Secure taxi ranks operate late at night on Fridays and Saturdays in busy locations. 
  • You can also book a taxi by phoning individual companies, downloading their apps or using the GoCatch app.

Most major ridesharing platforms operate in Brisbane, including Uber , Ola and DiDi , as well as local operator GoCatch .

Tip: Female travellers can also book a ride with Shebah , a rideshare service with all-women drivers catering to women. (Adult men can use the service if they need to transport a child who requires an approved child safety seat.)

Make the most of your time in Brisbane with a guided tour. There are numerous tour operators providing customisable half-day and full-day tours of the city and surrounds, including Prestige Day Tours and, for foodies, Delectable Tours . 

  • Enjoy an emissions-free sightseeing tour of Brisbane by pedicab with Green Cabs . 
  • See the sights of Brisbane by Segway with Kangaroo Segway Tours .

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  • Cycling & scooting

Joining a sightseeing river cruise is a great way to get to know Brisbane. 

  • River City Cruises offers daily sightseeing cruises along the Brisbane River. 
  • Mirimar Cruises runs Koala and Brisbane River Cruises that include a visit to nearby Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary . 
  • Both cruise companies operate from the Cultural Centre Pontoon, South Bank.

With an extensive network of separated bike paths , including along the riverbanks surrounding the city centre, cycling around Brisbane is easy. 

  • The CityLink Cycleway provides protected bike lanes through the heart of the city.
  • Download an app from Beam or Neuron to access a pool of shared e-bikes and e-scooters across Brisbane.

Tip: E-bikes and other e-mobility devices are not permitted on roads in the city centre, however, you can ride them on the CityLink Cycleway.

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Shellharbour airport has free carparking.

With flights directly linking the Illawarra to Melbourne and Brisbane save hours of driving time and avoid the Sydney traffic. Shellharbour Airport is located about 20 minutes south of Wollongong at Airport Road off the Princes Highway at Albion Park Rail (a suburb of Shellharbour, which forms part of the Illawarra).

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With this handy tool, you can get a a month’s worth of prices all at once. Whether you're looking for sandy beaches, a relaxing escapade, shopping heaven or simply a new adventure to embark on, be amazed by the destinations that Link Airways has to offer.

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Direct flights linking dubbo, brisbane & melbourne.

Dubbo is one of the most popular holiday destinations in NSW and the zoo is home to over 700 animals, what are you waiting for? Dubbo Airport is located 6km (a 10 minute drive) from the town centre on Coorena Road. Dubbo is a natural tourist destination for all ages and is home to one of the world’s finest open range zoos.

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Search our daily flight schedules to see when we fly to your chosen destination on any given date. Choose from 15 fantastic destinations across eastern and southern Australia.

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Everyone loves a family holiday.

Save 25% with our discounted child fares! With over 200 weekly flights what’s your favourite destination in our network for a holiday getaway. Whether you're looking for sandy beaches, a relaxing escapade, shopping heaven or simply a new adventure to embark on, be amazed by the destinations that Link Airways has to offer.

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Begin your journey in style. Virgin Australia lounges aim to make flying a pleasure, whether it's waking up with a cup of freshly brewed barista coffee or unwinding with a wine at the end of a long day.

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Learn more about the airport you're departing from, or flying to, including the minimum recommended connection times for passengers travelling on more than one flight on any day.

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Can't travel without a full set of baggage or pride yourself on packing light? Learn more about your checked baggage allowances and other helpful information so there’s no surprises at check-in.

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06 October 2022

Our latest issue of inflight magazine, Your Link, is now available. This issue highlights on what’s happening across our port destinations. You’ll also find out about the introduction of Velocity Frequent Flyer points and Virgin Australia Lounge access, and what it means for our passengers. Check out the latest issue during your next flight with Link Airways. #linkairwaysau #linkairways #travelwithlink #flywithlink #yourlink #virginaustralialoungeaccess #velocityfrequentflyer #soaringforspringwithlink

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05 October 2022

Last month, we collaborated with Newcastle content creator, Jessica Ward. Jessica travelled with Link Airways direct from Newcastle to Canberra to experience the capital’s biggest celebration of Spring, Floriade! She also got amongst some of ACT’s finest activities and attractions. Huge shoutout to Hyatt Hotel Canberra - A Park Hyatt Hotel for going above and beyond when hosting our visitor and for providing their renowned high tea! Our partners at Visit Canberra recommend some stellar places to eat, visit and experience. Thanks to the local legends at GoBoat and Bar Rochford for providing our visitor some quintessential Canberra experiences. Swipe to see some highlights from her weekend in Canberra. Like what you see? Fly direct to Canberra from Newcastle or Hobart with Link Airways! Jessica Ward Photography #linkairwaysau #linkairways #travelwithlink #flywithlink #destinationnsw #visitnsw #soaringforspringwithlink

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01 October 2022

✈️ Question of the month ✈️ What’s your favourite view from your window seat? We love to see the beautiful sunsets! Share yours in the comment below. Jessica Ward Photography #linkairwaysau #linkairways #travelwithlink #flywithlink

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29 September 2022

Plan your summer vacation ahead of time on our newest route between Brisbane and Bundaberg, launching in November 2022. Fares starting from $189.Widely popular as a gateway to visit the Southern Great Barrier Reef, Bundaberg is a great spot to stay when visiting the islands. If you love snorkelling, diving, and the marine wildlife experiences, the coast of Bundaberg is for you! Book your flights ahead of time via the link >> https://www.linkairways.com/flights/bundaberg-to-brisbane Tourism and Events Queensland #linkairwaysau #linkairways #travelwithlink #flywithlink #visitqld #destinationqld

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27 October 2022

Trade your city break for a wilderness weekend! Just a short drive from Hobart, explore Mount Wellington’s popular walking tracks and trails. Experience the adventure with your hiking buddies and enjoy the panoramic view of the city from the summit. We operate direct flight services from Canberra to Hobart and flights from Newcastle to Hobart via Canberra. Book your flights via the link >> https://www.linkairways.com/destinations/hobart Peter Topliss #linkairwaysau #linkairways #travelwithlink #flywithlink #discovertasmania #soaringforspringwithlink

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22 October 2022

Exactly one month ago, Link Airways celebrated the launch of the seasonal route between Canberra and Coffs Harbour.Operating two days a week, this route has been providing enhanced connectivity for visitors travelling to the nation’s capital, and Canberrans flying to the Coffs Coast – for business and leisure. Starting from $189 one-way, book now via the link >> https://www.linkairways.com/flights/canberra-to-coffs-harbour Destination NSW #linkairwaysau #linkairways #travelwithlink #flywithlink #soaringforspringwithlink

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The AirportlinkM7 is a 6.7 kilometre twin tunnel in Brisbane’s northern suburbs. The tunnel has six lanes, three outbound and three inbound.

This tunnel connects the Clem7 and Legacy Way tunnels (via the Inner City Bypass) to Brisbane Airport and the Australia TradeCoast precinct.

When you travel on AirportlinkM7, you can avoid up to 14 sets of traffic lights and reduce travel time by up to 88%.

The tunnel’s world-class safety features include:

  • variable speed and message signs
  • advanced fire safety systems
  • cameras that automatically detect traffic flow variations
  • air quality monitors in and outside tunnel.

Completion date

AirportlinkM7 opened to traffic in July 2012.

Transurban Queensland bought this tunnel in March 2016. It is 62.5% Transurban owned and is under concession until 2053.

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The Clem7 is a 6.8-kilometre twin tunnel in Brisbane’s inner suburbs. The tunnel travels under the Brisbane River, connecting AirportlinkM7 and Legacy Way (via the Inner City Bypass) to Brisbane’s southern and eastern suburbs.

The tunnel has four lanes: two inbound and two outbound.

Motorists travelling on the Clem7 avoid up to 24 sets of traffic lights.

  • over-height vehicle sensors
  • extensive CCTV coverage
  • advanced fire safety system
  • air quality monitoring in and outside the tunnel.

Clem7 opened to traffic in March 2010.

Transurban Queensland bought this tunnel in July 2014. It is 62.5% Transurban owned and is under concession until 2051.

Gateway Motorway

The 23.1-kilometre Gateway Motorway extends from Nudgee to Eight Mile Plains and connects the Pacific and Bruce highways, allowing traffic to bypass Brisbane’s city centre. The motorway includes two bridges over the Brisbane River, the Sir Leo Hielscher Bridges, and it connects with the Australia TradeCoast precinct and Brisbane Airport.

The Gateway Motorway and the first Sir Leo Hielscher Bridge opened in 1986. The second, duplicate bridge opened in 2010.

In 1997, the 10.4-kilometre Gateway Extension Motorway was opened, connecting the Gateway Motorway with the Logan Motorway.

Transurban Queensland bought these roads in 2014. They are 62.5% Transurban owned and are under concession until 2051.

Go Between Bridge

The Go Between Bridge is a 300-metre bridge in Brisbane, connecting Merivale and Cordelia streets in West End to Coronation Drive and the Inner City Bypass in Milton over the iconic Brisbane River.

This inner-city river crossing includes two separate cycling and pedestrian paths.

The bridge’s name is a tribute to The Go-Betweens, an internationally famous Brisbane band.

The Go Between Bridge opened to traffic in July 2010.

Transurban Queensland bought this bridge in 2014. It is 62.5% Transurban owned and is under concession until 2063.

Legacy Way is a 5.7-kilometre twin tunnel connecting the Western Freeway at Toowong with Brisbane’s Inner City Bypass at Kelvin Grove.

The tunnel has four lanes, two inbound and two outbound, connecting AirportlinkM7 and Clem7 (via Inner City Bypass) to Brisbane’s western suburbs.

The tunnel’s name honours the men and women of the Australian Defence Force and their families. One cent from every toll collected on Legacy Way is donated to Legacy Australia.

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Legacy Way opened to traffic in June 2015.

Transurban Queensland bought this tunnel in 2014. It is 62.5% Transurban owned and is under concession until 2065.

Logan Motorway

The Logan Motorway is a 39.5-kilometre road connecting the Gateway, Pacific, Centenary and Ipswich motorways. It connects the communities of Brisbane, Logan, and Ipswich. It includes the 10.4km Gateway Extension Motorway which was completed in 1997.

Logan Motorway opened to traffic in 1988 with widening works (the Logan Enhancement Project) completed in 2019. This project added extra lanes, improved ramps and interchanges along sections of the Logan and Gateway motorways, and added new on and off-ramps on the Gateway Motorway at Compton Road.

Transurban Queensland bought this road in 2014. It is 62.5% Transurban owned and is under concession until 2051.

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Inner city bypass.

The 5-kilometre Inner City Bypass is Brisbane’s busiest arterial road, linking AirportLinkM7, Clem7, Legacy Way, Go Between Bridge, Lutwyche Road and Kingsford Smith Drive. The bypass is a key link in Brisbane’s road network and is the only non-toll road Transurban operates. The Inner City Bypass has eight lanes – four westbound and four eastbound.

The bypass was built by Brisbane City Council and opened in 2002.

In 2017, Transurban Queensland funded and delivered the Inner City Bypass Upgrade on behalf of Brisbane City Council. The upgrade was completed in 2018 and provided increased capacity, improved travel times and safer travel for all road users. It also improved connectivity to Legacy Way and the wider road network.

Following the upgrade completion, Transurban Queensland now manages operations, maintenance and incident response along the Inner City Bypass.

Transurban Queensland operates and maintains this bypass on behalf of Brisbane City Council. Under a concession agreement, Transurban Queensland provides operations and incident response on the Inner City Bypass until 2065; and routine maintenance services on a 10-plus-10-year contract.

See the Brisbane City Council site for more information

Toowoomba Bypass

The Queensland Government’s Toowoomba Bypass is a 41km-long bypass route running from the Warrego Highway at Helidon Spa in the east to the Gore Highway at Athol in the west, via Charlton. The Toowoomba Bypass (formerly known as Toowoomba Second Range Crossing) provides an alternative crossing of the Toowoomba Range for drivers to bypass Toowoomba town centre.

The Toowoomba Bypass provides improved freight efficiency and driver safety, relieves pressure on Toowoomba’s roads, and enhances liveability for the city’s residents.

Transurban Queensland provides tolling as a service on the Toowoomba Bypass on behalf of the Department of Transport and Main Roads. This is the first time Transurban has offered this type of service.

The Toowoomba Bypass opened to traffic on 8 September 2019.

The Toowoomba Bypass is owned and operated by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

Logan Enhancement Project

Construction of the Logan Enhancement Project is now complete. The project upgraded parts of the Logan and Gateway Extension motorways.

Project work included:

  • upgrades to key interchanges
  • new access ramps
  • road widening
  • new cycling and walking paths
  • better protection and new habitat for wildlife.

The project was awarded an ‘Excellent’ Design Rating by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia.

The Logan Enhancement Project created more than 1,300 direct construction jobs and delivered benefits to the economy, community, industry and environment, including:

  • enhanced safety – up to 59 per cent reduction in accidents caused by merging, weaving and stop-starting
  • travel-time-savings – motorists are now getting 20 minutes back in their day
  • reliability – more consistent journey times
  • enhanced connectivity via new south-facing ramps.

Timing and cost

Detailed design started in early 2017 and construction began in June 2017. Construction was completed in August 2019.

This project was delivered at no cost to the Queensland Government. Transurban Queensland financed 100% of the project’s $512 million cost.

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    When travelling with us, you can use: buses across the entire network. trains in South East Queensland. ferries in Brisbane and some ferries in Moreton Bay and Townsville. trams—known as the G:link—on the Gold Coast. Use our journey planner, timetables, and MyTranslink app to help you reach your destination, using all our services or just one.

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    go card - your ticket to travel . go card is our electronic ticket to fast, easy and convenient travel in South East Queensland.. Use go card on all Translink bus, train (including Airtrain), ferry and tram services in greater Brisbane, Ipswich, Moreton Bay, Redlands, Sunshine Coast, and Gold Coast regions.. The best part about go card is it's:. cheaper than a paper ticket

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    Brisbane's idyllic coastline is dotted with islands waiting to be explored. Seek out secluded snorkelling spots, hand-feed a wild dolphin and discover a shipwreck beneath the sea. It's all possible on Brisbane's islands . Shop the markets and designer boutiques. Brisbane's shopping scene has something for everyone.

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    MyTranslink is the official Queensland Government app to plan your travel. Find out about service disruptions, see where services are in real-time and get stop alerts along your journey.

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