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Brisbane and Gold Coast trains, trams, ferries and busways. Now updated for 2024.
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With numerous lines radiating from Brisbane Central and Roma Street stations, you can catch a modern electric train north to Caboolture, Kippa Ring, Ferny Grove, Shorncliffe, Brisbane Airport or Doomben, south-west to Ipswich, Rosewood and Springfield Central, east to Cleveland or south to Beenleigh or Varsity Lakes (Gold Coast).

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.

You can buy and top-up your go card online, at your local retailer, or by calling 13 12 30.

Simply tap on when you board your bus or enter the railway station or tram stop, and tag off when you get off or leave the station.
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