You might need to know how to get here and where to park when you do

Parking and Public Transport

There are many ways to get here; car, city cat, train and even bus… we have the information on how to get here and where to park.

Where can I park?

South Bank has its own underground car park, which offers more than 800 spaces (including eight disabled bays) with lift and stair accessibility from both its north and south entrances.

The car park is located at Little Stanley Street, South Bank. Entry is via Tribune or Glenelg Street. This car park also has an online parking portal where you can book your space in advance and access online-only specials.

For prices and details – just head here.

If the South Bank car park is ever full, parking is also available at:


Public Transport

There are numerous public transport options at South Bank. Brisbane’s public transport network TransLink will have more information, but for general public transport information, check out the options below.

CityCat and Ferries
Take a ride on a CityCat down the Brisbane River and you’ll enjoy some of the city’s best views. CityCats operate every day and stop at the South Bank River Terminal on the Clem Jones Promenade. The inner-city ferry travels between the CBD, North Quay and Kangaroo Point, stopping at South Bank Terminal 1 and 2 on the Clem Jones Promenade. If you’re looking to save some cash, make sure you take advantage of the free City Hopper, which visits South Bank daily.

South Bank has two train stations, both conveniently located on Grey Street, South Bank. Trains run regularly from the South Bank and South Brisbane Stations. South Bank Station is only a short stroll to the Wheel of Brisbane.   Head here to plan your journey.


South Bank is connected to Brisbane’s Busway with buses departing regularly from South Bank and Cultural Centre Stations. The Cultural Centre Station provides for closest access to the Wheel of Brisbane and you can find times and details here.