The Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC) is conveniently located in the heart of Brisbane on the corner of Merivale and Glenelg Streets, South Bank, with frequent bus and train connections.
Qantas, the exclusive airline partner for the 2019 Brisbane Truck Show, is offering registered delegates and travel partner’s special discounted airfares which are easily booked online.
From the Airport
Brisbane’s Airtrain offers the quickest and most reliable option to get to the South Brisbane Railway Station located next door to the BCEC.
The 30-minute train ride leaves every half hour, with no need to change trains. It’s then a 2 minute walk to the BCEC Grey Street entrance.
Special Brisbane Truck Show rates are available, print the Brisbane Truck Show/Airtrain discount letter, present this letter at the Airport Terminal for your special travel rate of $30.00 return.
Your discount offer is available at https://www.brisbanetruckshow.com.au/visitor-information/getting-to-the-show/ and click on the Brisbane Truck Show/Airtrain link.
A sheltered taxi rank is located outside the main entrance of the BCEC on the corner of Glenelg and Merivale Streets.
Taxis are also accessible in other locations in the South Bank precinct including the two hotels — Rydges and Mantra.
Yellow Cabs (13 19 24), Black & White Cabs (13 32 22), Silver Service
(13 31 00) and Business Class (3860 9999) taxis service Brisbane and the surrounding areas. Within the Brisbane CBD, taxi ranks are located near most major hotels.
Approximate cost: $50
The South Brisbane Railway Station on the corner of Grey and Melbourne Streets is easily accessible to the venue with only a 460m walk.
Trains run regularly between South Brisbane Railway Station to several locations across Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
State-wide rail connections leave from Roma Street Station’s Transit Centre, which is only one train stop away from South Bank.
For arrival and departure times for public transport to and from South Brisbane Railway Station phone 13 12 30 or visit www.translink.com.au. South Brisbane Railway Station is located in Zone 1.
Some rail track closures are scheduled for May. Please refer to the Translink Service Updates page when planning your journey.
Adults: $10 card/ $5 activation fee
The Cultural Centre in Melbourne Street is a main hub for all direct services and connecting busses. Accessibly located a 200m walk to the BCEC. It is located in Zone 1.
Brisbane City Buses stop at several locations around South Bank. All buses to South Bank must be paid for.
City centre free loops (ADD UNDER BUS)
The free City Loop and Spring Hill Loop bus services provide high frequency public transport access within the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD). Services also run between the CBD and Spring Hill areas. Services run Monday – Friday every 10 minutes between 7am and 6pm. More more information visit https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/traffic-transport/public-transport/buses/city-centre-free-loops
To save money on all public transport purchase a GO Card:
Adults: $10 card/ $5 activation fee
Children: $5 card/ $5 activation fee
Seniors: $5 card/ $5 activation fee
Visit www.translink.com. au to find Go Card outlets. For arrival/departure times phone 13 12 30
or visit www.translink. com.au.
The Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC) is conveniently located in the heart of Brisbane on the corner of Merivale and Glenelg Sts, SouthBank.
There are 1,500 undercover parking spaces available at the Centre, accessed by Merivale Street. The car park is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. A further 1500 carparks are available at the SouthBank Parklands, QPAC and Queensland Art Gallery and Museum.
Southbank terminal 2, South Brisbane is approximately only 480m from the Grey Street Entrance at the BCEC. Services run every 20 minutes, for more detailed arrival and departure times for public transport via the Brisbane river phone 13 12 30 or visits www.translink.com.au
Brisbane City Cats stop at several locations around South Bank, West End and Brisbane City. All City Cats to South Bank must be paid for.
Brisbane City Council’s CityHopper is a free inner city ferry service for the Brisbane River. You can hop on and hop off the CityHopper every 30 minutes. The service runs between 6am and midnight, seven days a week.
For up-to-date timetable information or to plan your journey, visit www.translink.com.au
The CityHopper is supplemented by paid cross-river ferry services. These services run from Holman Street, Eagle Street Pier and Thornton Street every 10 to 15 minutes.