The Moreton Bay Region’s location makes it the envy of many, nestled conveniently between Brisbane, Queensland’s capital, and the Sunshine Coast. What could make this even better? The Moreton Bay Region is just a short 30 minute drive (depending on which part of the region you are aiming for) from the Brisbane International Airport.
There are a number of excellent local shuttle bus and chauffeur companies that can be arranged before you land or you can sort your transport to the Moreton Bay Region once you land at the airport a number of different travel methods are outlined below.
We’ve all been there. You’ve just got off a plane, you’ve been in transit for what feels like forever, and you just want to get to your accommodation. Well you’re in luck! The Brisbane Airport with Domestic and International Terminals is the premier gateway to Queensland and offers a range of transport options to get to the Moreton Bay Region, quick and easy.
International Terminal: The car rental customer service desks are located on Level 2
Domestic Terminal: The car rental customer service desks are located on Level 1
TransLink coordinates and integrates public transport services in South East Queensland and provides a number of bus services to the airport precinct.
More information about tickets and fares here
Taxi ranks are conveniently located at both the International and Domestic Terminals.
At the Domestic Terminal, the taxi rank is located centrally in front of the terminal.
At the International Terminal, the taxi rank is located at the northern end of Arrivals on Level 2.
If travelling with a group, it may be beneficial to pre-book a pick-up service, contact Redcliffe Cruise and Travel for assistance.
Sunshine Coast Airport is serviced by Jetstar and Virgin Australia, as well as seasonal services from Auckland with Air New Zealand.
There are various transport options available at the Arrivals area of the airport terminal including rental cars, taxi services and shuttle bus services.
For more information visit Sunshine Coast Airport.
There are no toll roads in the Moreton Bay Region but these are common in Brisbane. A toll road means you need to pay to use them. Most are fully electronic, so you can’t pay the toll with cash at a tollbooth. Instead you need to pay the toll with an electronic tag or pass.
For more information visit Queensland Toll Roads website
If you plan on driving in Australia, you must hold a valid international driving permit accompanied by the drive licence issued in the country you live.
Please follow these simple road safety tips to help make your driving holiday in Australia safe and enjoyable:
TransLink’s 3 and 5 day see Q Card’s are the easiest way to discover South East Queensland. Once activated, these pre-paid cards give you unlimited travel on services such as bus, train, ferry, trams and Airtrain.
To buy your seeQ card online or for timetables, station locations, bus stops and travel costs, see TransLink or call TransLInk on 13 12 30.
Also visit Queensland Rail (QR) for further details and safety information.