Timetables & Services

Current Timetables 

CityCat timetable effective 25 March 2015 (Regatta reopened - North Quay, Sydney Street, and Hawthorne terminals closed for upgrade)

CityFerry & CityHopper timetable effective 17 April (Holman Street, North Quay and Sydney Street closed for upgrade)

CityCat timetable effective 25 March 2015 - Regatta reopened - North Quay, Sydney Street  and Hawthorne terminals closed for upgrade  (large format)

CityFerry & CityHopper timetable effective 17 April 2015 (large format)



Take the CityHopper to discover Brisbane's key tourist spots including Dockside, the Riverside restaurant precinct (Eagle Street Pier), the Kangaroo Point cliffs (Thornton Street), South Bank and the Queen Street Mall (North Quay terminal).

The distinctive red and white CityHoppers are Brisbane’s only free inner-city ferry service. They operate every half hour from 6am to midnight, seven days per week.

Service changes

Brisbane City Council is currently upgrading several ferry terminals to ensure your journey is safe, efficient and enjoyable for all. Visit our home page Customer Travel Alerts before undertaking any travel to ensure service changes will not affect your trip.

Network Map (PDF)

Download a copy of the Brisbane ferry network map.

TransLink journey planner

If you are planning a trip using bus or train connections, the TransLink journey planner may assist you.


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To avoid a $220
on-the-spot fine, make sure you have purchased a valid ticket or touched on with your go card. Concession ticket travellers should always carry a valid concession ID.

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