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Brisbane Airport Public Transport
is located at a distance of 13 km from city center. You can reach the
Airport via taxi, train and bus services which run at regular
basis especially to / from the Airport.
Brisbane City Council operates a bus service within the airport
precinct. You’ll need to make your way from either Terminal to the
Skygate Centre, where bus route 590 runs seven days a week.
Catch the bus to the rail network at the Toombul Interchange for a range
of public transport options to the city, or other Brisbane suburbs.
If you’re looking for a door to door transfer to and from Brisbane
Airport, consider using the Con-x-ion shuttle bus transfer service.
Con-x-ion operates from both Terminals with a pick and drop off service
that goes door-to-door to dozens of locations around Brisbane the Gold
Coast and Sunshine Coast.
Tickets can be purchased online or at the sales kiosk at each Terminal.
Airport is just 20 minutes by train from the city. Train services run
every 15 minutes during peak times and every 30 minutes off-peak
periods. Airtrain also offers express services to the Gold Cast and
connects into the Queensland Rail suburban network.
this service you can purchase tickets at the Airtrain desks in each of
the terminals, or at the Airtrain stations. Go Cards are also accepted
on Airtrain services. Airtrain also offers great savings for booking
online including offers for couples, families and booking your tickets
Taxis are available 24/7 from sheltered ranks right outside the Domestic
and International Terminals. During peak times, Kerbside Officers are on
hand to assist.
Passengers can expect to pay $45 - $55 (one way for a trip from the
airport to Brisbane City). Outside of peak periods, it is approximately
a 20 minute drive from the airport to the city.
Please note there is a fee of $4.00 added to any fares collected from
the airport. Remember that toll road fees are in addition to any cab
fare and are the responsibility of the passenger.
Ride Share & Uber
Brisbane Airport was one of the first airports in Australia to enable
ride share pick up services, including Uber.
Simply order your ride share using your preferred app and follow the
signs to the designated Ride Booking areas to meet with your driver.