What time do the Brisbane city Cats stop?

The service runs between 6am and midnight, seven days a week. The CityHopper Ferry stops ONLY at the following terminals: North Quay. South Bank 3.

How do you use the CityCat in Brisbane?

The card works on all public transport in Brisbane which includes buses, train and the CityCat ferry services. You can top up the balance of your Go Card at pay stations around major terminals then simply scan your card as you get on the ferry and when you get off.

Is Brisbane CityCat Free?

Brisbane City Council’s CityHopper is a free inner-city ferry service on the Brisbane River. Brisbane’s popular cross-river travel includes five ‘KittyCats’. The catamarans transport up to 60 passengers and provide services to major areas in the inner-city.

Where can I catch city cat?

CityCat and ferry terminal locations

  • Northshore Hamilton ferry terminal.
  • Apollo Road ferry terminal.
  • Bretts Wharf ferry terminal.
  • Teneriffe ferry terminal.
  • Bulimba ferry terminal.
  • Hawthorne ferry terminal.
  • New Farm Park ferry terminal.
  • Mowbray Park ferry terminal.

Does CityCat go to Howard Smith Wharves?

CityCats travel between St Lucia and Northshore Hamilton for the ultimate Brisbane experience. See the sites before arriving at Howard Smith Wharves. The closest ferry terminal is at Riverside – just a 15min/800m walk to the precinct.

Where can I catch CityCat?

Can I use cash on CityCat?

Due to coronavirus, services in South East Queensland will only accept pre-paid tickets to reduce cash handling. This means you will need to use a go card or pay for a paper ticket at a station fare machine rather than purchasing a ticket or topping up a go card on-board.

Can I pay cash on Brisbane buses?

Services in South East Queensland are currently cashless. If you are paying with cash, you will need to purchase a ticket before boarding your service. Even if you are an infrequent public transport user, go card is a cheaper, easier and more convenient travel option.

How many CityCats are there in Brisbane?

CityCat, SpeedyCat and ferry services Brisbane City Council operates a fleet of 22 CityCats, five KittyCats (including City Hoppers) and nine monohull ferries, of which one is currently in service. A network of 23 terminals stretches from The University of Queensland at St Lucia (UQ St Lucia) to Northshore Hamilton.

When will express CityCats and Nightcat services be available?

New Express CityCats and NightCat services were introduced on 13 December 2021. For up-to-date timetable information, visit TransLink’s website. The CityCat, Express CityCat, NightCat and ferry terminals are ordered from west to east.

What are the CityCat and express terminals?

The CityCat, /Express CityCat and /NightCat and ferry terminals are ordered from upstream west to downstreameast. Terminal names, locations and which ferries stop there.

What is a generation 4 CityCat?

Council launched the first Generation 4 double-decker CityCat vessel in November 2019 providing more opportunities to connect the people and places that make our city great. The vessels are part of our CityCat fleet undertaking the CityCat, Express CityCat and NightCat services.