Large print CityCat timetable. Contents: Page: Northshore Hamilton to UQ St Lucia, Monday to Friday. 2. Northshore Hamilton to UQ St Lucia. Departs Terminal: am am am am am am am am am am am am am. Northshore Hamilton. . . . . . Apollo Road. Brisbane City Council operates a fleet of 21 CityCats and nine monohull ferries ( including CityHoppers). A network of 25 terminals stretches from The University.
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Guide to Brisbane CityCat Ferries – Brisbane Australia
There is no problem with using multiple transport routes and types, your Go Card will work out from the swipes that you are on one journey and charge you accordingly. The CityCat Ferries operate through most of the day with the first route starting at 5: All information tiimetable provided in good faith, and we attempt at all times to ensure that details are accurate and are kept up to date, however Australian Rail Maps cannot accept liability for any errors or omissions.
CityCats cat being an abbreviation of catamarans are one timetabl the fastest, and most enjoyable ways to get around the riverside areas of the Brisbane CBD. Holman Street terminal remains closed until further notice.
Brisbane CityCat Ferry
The staff will be able to help you with this so ask them about zones and just doing a scenic trip. We depend on assistance from people like you to keep our details current, accurate and complete. Sit out the front to experience the fresh river breeze on your face, out the back to appreciate the view or sit inside out of the breeze and rain. The Brisbane Floods and the breaking of the Brisbane River banks deeply impacted upon the CityCat and Ferry services as well as some of the terminals.
To keep updated, check out the TransLink ferry timetable information here, or plan your journey here. It’s many Brisbanites preferred method of transportation during busy peak hours. You’ll be purchasing either a 1 or 2 zone depending on how far you’re travelling.
The City Cats operate through most of the day with the first route starting at 5: You can purchase the old, paper tickets from the staff on board. A huge council and community effort has seen almost all the old City Cat Terminals restored and functional.
Enquiries on timetables, fares and bookings should be directed to the operator, and exact details of services should always be confirmed with the operator before you travel.
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Your fare will automatically be deducted from the balance on your card and also display the remaining balance. They are exceptionally quick, don’t get caught in traffic jams, and the view is better than what you see from behind a car windscreen.
Several Ferry Terminals, many of them highly popular, were out of action for some time. Staying on the CityCat for a complete loop will show you most of the river areas, return you to your original port and charge a fraction of what a tour cruise would in many other river cities.
The vessels used for this are the old City Ferries that were eventually replaced by the larger, faster CityCats. This website is not affiliated with any transport operator nor is it an agent of any transport provider. The cheaper option to the almost completely phased out paper ticket system is the Translink Go Card ; an electronic ticket that you can swipe as you get on and off public transport for hassle free travel.
You can top up the balance of your Go Card at pay stations around major terminals then simply scan your card as you get on the ferry and when you get off. Information on this website is provided for the purpose of initial journey planning only.
Your help is much appreciated. There is a smaller ferry service that still operates, mostly just as cross river services. The card works on all public transport in Brisbane which includes buses, train and the CityCat ferry services. We prefer a link to tietable on-line timetable provided by the operator if possible.