Just 40 minutes drive from Brisbane’s city centre, the Brisbane International Airport and the Port of Brisbane, the Region is served by the six lane Bruce Highway, part of the east coast national highway network. From the west, road access is from D’Aguilar Highway which in turn connects with major highways into New South Wales and to other parts of Queensland.
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The Moreton Bay region is serviced by two airports:
Sunshine Coast Airport has domestic services from Melbourne and Sydney. The Brisbane Airport has both domestic and international flights.
Two major taxi companies operate in the Moreton Bay Region:
Public transport takes away the stress of driving and can be quicker, easier and usually cheaper than driving. When you use public transport there are no parking costs and it is good for the environment. See tips for travelling on public transport.
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Queensland Transport's TransLink has an integrated ticketing system which will take you wherever you want to go on participating buses, Queensland Rail (QR) and Brisbane City Council ferries within South East Queensland.
Visit the TransLink website or call TransLink on 13 12 30.
For local bus services, see:
Much of the region is accessible by the Queensland Rail network, including stations in the the heart of the Caboolture and Strathpine CBDs.
The network also provides easy access to and from the Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast regions, as well connecting to the AirTrain service from the Brisbane airport.
For the safety and comfort of all passengers, bikes are not permitted on train services on Monday to Friday (except public holidays) between:
- 7.00am - 9.30am (inbound services only)
- 3.00pm - 6.30pm (outbound services only)
For information about train timetables, station locations, travel costs and bicycles on trains, see:
Other travel modes
Other travel modes such as roller skates, rollerblades, foot scooters, skateboards and mobility scooters are known as wheeled recreational devices.
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