Click any location name to see all lines serving that location. Click any column to view detailed schedule and stop locations.
Note that some bus trips may make multiple stops in any suburb/town. Times shown are the LATEST stop in that town - click the column to view ALL stops.
u Stops to pick up only. d Stops to set down only. i Intermediate stop, no pick up or set down. t Stops only if pre-booked by telephone. ⇣ does not call at this station or location. ➁Next Day ➂Third day ➃Fourth day ◊ Exact stopping time not specified All times in this table are in local time zones. Services are colour coded by mode as follows:
How to Travel with Translink
Brisbane suburban trains, buses and ferries are un-reserved 'turn up and go' services. Fares are covered by the
You must purchase a Go Card before travelling on trains, buses or ferries. It's easy to use: simply touch on at the beginning and touch off at the end of each trip onboard your bus or ferry or at your train or tram station.
Your go card will automatically calculate and deduct one overall fare. Just look for the brightly coloured Go Card validators or entry gates at the entrance and exit to each train or tram station or onboard your bus or ferry. If you do not touch on you may be fined for travelling without a ticket. If you do not touch off at your destination you may be charged more than you need to pay. All fares are calculated by the number of zones you travel through. Go Card is used to pay for travel on the AIrport line trains to and from Brisbane Airport, but be aware that premium fares are charged for travel to and from the Airport stations.
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