South Bank hosts an underground car park and is well connected to various public transport options. There are many ways to get to South Bank Parklands, read on for the details.
When you’ve got family and friends to cart around or you’re travelling from far away, it’s hard to beat the convenience of driving. Enter South Bank’s underground car park, which offers more than 800 spaces (including eight disabled bays) with stair and lift accessibility from both its north and south entrances.
The car park is located at Little Stanley Street, South Bank with entry via Tribune or Glenelg Street and it has a height restriction of 2.1m. For further information in relation to the South Bank underground car park please visit the eatSouthBank website parking page or call 07 3867 2022.
Please note that all on-street parking at South Bank precinct is managed by Brisbane City Council. For more information about on-street parking vist the Council website or call: 07 3403 8888.
If the South Bank car park is ever full, parking is also available at:
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.
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 Terminal on the Clem Jones Promenade. The inner-city City Hopper ferry travels between the North Quay, CBD at Riverside, Kangaroo Point and Sydney Street, New Farm, stopping at South Bank Terminal on the Clem Jones Promenade. If you're looking to save some cash, make sure you take advantage of the free CityHopper, which visits South Bank every 30 minutes 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 provides the closest access to The Parklands, Little Stanley precinct, the Goodwill Bridge and Queensland Maritime Museum. South Brisbane Station provides the closest access to South Bank’s Cultural Centre including Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Museum and Queensland Performing Arts Centre.
South Bank is connected to Brisbane’s Busway with buses departing regularly from South Bank and Cultural Centre Stations. South Bank Busway Station provides closest access to the Parklands, Little Stanley Street, Goodwill Bridge and Queensland Maritime Museum. Cultural Centre Station provides for closest access to South Bank’s Cultural Centre including Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Museum and Queensland Performing Arts Centre.
The South Brisbane Loop, Route 86 bus service is available until mid-2024. This is a free bus service operating every 10-15 minutes, 7 days a week between 10am – 11pm traveling in an anti-clockwise direction along Grey Street, Montague Road, Vulture Street and Tribune Street.
The buses are branded green and white with two South Bank stops on Grey Street – outside South Bank Cinema and South Brisbane train station.