Brisbane Train Map
Brisbane Train Map
This map covers the metropolitan Brisbane and Gold Coast region of the state of Queensland in Eastern Australia. With a population of around 2 million, Brisbane is Australia's third largest city. Its climate is warm, with wet humid summers and pleasant dry winters. The city is renowned for its relaxed outdoor lifestyle, but it is also a major centre for business and commerce. It is a fast developing city that prides itself on a 'can-do' attitude. The Gold Coast is Australia's holiday playground - with beaches, theme parks and attractions for everyone!
Modern Queensland Rail electric trains depart Brisbane Central and Brisbane Roma Street stations every 30 minutes on lines to Ferny Grove, Caboolture, Shorncliffe, Brisbane Airport and Doomben on the North side of the city, and to Ipswich, Richlands, Beenleigh and Cleveland on the South side. Frequent trains also depart for Varsity Lakes and intermediate stations on the Gold Coast. You can also travel westward to Rosewood by changing at Ipswich to a connecting electric train. Most trains stop at all stations along the way, but on Weekday peak hours services are more frequent and some trains run express through smaller stations. The Doomben line operates only hourly and there are no Doomben trains in the evenings or on Sundays.
Gold Coast Tramway
Australia's newest tramway, Gold Coast's G:Link tram service opens July 20th 2014. From Gold Coast University Hospital in the North, the line runs through Southport and Surfers Paradise to Broadbeach South.
Schedule: Services run every 7 and a half minutes throughout the day on weekdays and every 10 minutes on Saturdays and Sundays. Trams run 24 hours a day on weekends. The end to end journey is 33 minutes.
Busways and city busesBrisbane has an extensive suburban bus network centred on dedicated bus roads or 'busways'.
Schedule:Buses operate frequently every day from Brisbane's Queen Street bus station.
Long Distance Trains from BrisbaneCheck out our maps of train services Northward and Westward from Brisbane into rural Queensland, and South from Brisbane to New South Wales and Sydney.
Brisbane River FerriesFor a more sedate experience, Brisbane has a number of delightful ferries that provide cross river, commuter and tourist services in the downtown area. The CityCats operate regular service along the river, while the smaller City Ferries operate cross river services at various points along the river..
Schedule: Ferries operate every 10 to 30 minutes every day.
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