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Northshore Hamilton

Brisbane CityCats and CityFerries
Multiple Locations

Indicative Rate* $4.14 to $6.10 One Way

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Cruise along the iconic Brisbane River and discover some of Brisbane's best sights aboard a CityCat, CityHopper or Cross River Ferry. With a fleet of 19 CityCats and nine CityFerries, you can travel along a network of 24 terminals stretching from The University of Queensland at St Lucia to Northshore Hamilton. Major attractions along the river include South Bank Parklands, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Museum, the Wheel of Brisbane, City Botanic Gardens, Story Bridge, New Farm Park and some of the city's best dining and shopping precincts.

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CityCats operate seven days a week with regular services every 13 minutes for most of the day, and express routes and more frequent services during peak times. Wherever your destination along the river, a CityCat, the CityFerry or free CityHopper will get you there hassle-free.

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    Public Transport
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    Waiting Area

Other Information

Children are welcome but must be supervised by adults at all times.

There is access for guests with a disability.

Access Public Transport

Services depart daily from the following ferry terminals:
• Northshore Hamilton
• Apollo Road
• Bretts Wharf
• Bulimba
• Teneriffe
• Hawthorne
• New Farm Park
• Norman Park
• Mowbray Park
• Sydney Street
• Dockside
• Holman Street
• Riverside
• Eagle Street Pier
• Thornton Street
• Maritime Museum
• QUT Gardens Point
• South Bank 1, 2 & 3
• North Quay
• Regatta
• Guyatt Park
• West End
• University of Queensland

Visit the Ferry Information Centre at the Riverside terminal for tickets and further information about the ferry network.

Passengers can purchase a go card or single paper ticket and top up go cards with cash on board a CityCat. Tickets are also available on board CityFerries and at the Riverside Ferry Information Centre. Cheques, credit cards and debit cards are not accepted. Fares are calculated on the number of zones you use in your journey. All Brisbane City Council ferry services operate in TransLink fare zones 1 or 2. This means the maximum adult ferry fare is AUD4.14 on go card (AUD6.10 on paper ticket) for travel in zones 1 and 2. For more information on fares please visit the web site. The CityHopper is a free service.

CityCat and Ferry Service

Need a ride to work or looking for a relaxing day on the water? Then the CityCat and Ferry Service is for you. Take the whole trip down the Brisbane River or travel to one of the 24 terminals.

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$4.14$6.10Adult One Way

Other Information

Disabled: Contact operator for further details.

* Please note: These rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available costs of listed products and services. To obtain a firm price from the provider, please use the contact the operator. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars.