How to Reach Brisbane

The Easiest Way to Reach Brisbane

Brisbane International Airport is the third busiest airport in Australia and many major airlines will fly direct from another city within Australia. For international flights, some flights to Brisbane may require a connecting flight in Sydney or Melbourne. Once you are in the city, getting around town is very easy and hassle-free.  TransLink is Brisbane’s public transportation network that provides ferries, buses, and trains which make travelling within the city seamless. Taxis can be found throughout the city centre, taking you to popular shopping areas, major precincts, and Brisbane International Airport. If you prefer exploring Brisbane by foot (or even bike!), the city is very compact and connected with walkways, paths, and bridges which make it very easy to navigate the city while also getting some exercise!

Modes of Transportation in Brisbane

Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Brisbane. The most preferred mode of transport in Brisbane is Car.

Average distance: 19.93 km Average time: 42.65 min

  • Car 55.17%
    Driving 35.78 min Walking 0.22 min Overall average time for 20.98 kms 36 min
  • Train/Metro 6.9%
    Train 52.5 min Walking 8.75 min Waiting 7.5 min Other 4.25 min Overall average time for 33.75 kms 73 min
  • Motorbike 5.17%
    Motorbike 34 min Overall average time for 33.33 kms 34 min
  • Bus/Trolleybus 20.69%
    Bus 33 min Walking 6.75 min Waiting 5.75 min Motorbike 3.75 min Bike 2.5 min Overall average time for 14.37 kms 51.75 min
  • Bike 5.17%
    Bike 37.33 min Waiting 0.67 min Overall average time for 13.33 kms 38 min
  • Walking 3.45%
    Walking 67.5 min Motorbike 7.5 min Overall average time for 7.5 kms 75 min
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