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Getting into The City has never been easier!

Getting into The City has never been easier!

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Whether you’ve chosen to stay in the city or not, travelling into and around Brisbane for this year’s Dine BNE City festival has never been easier. Here’s a list of transport options to help you plan your weekend!



$8 Parking at The Myer Centre

Customers can enjoy $8 evening (enter after 4pm) and weekend parking when they book online with code DINE22. Terms and conditions apply.

$10 Parking at Wilsons Parking

Get a taste of the best parking for your night or weekend outing in the Brisbane City. With affordable parking, there are now even more reasons to dine in and stay out. Use promo code DINE22 when you book your car park online, to be redeem $10 night or weekend parking.

Participating Car Parks:

Wintergarden Car Park
Post Office Square Car Park
MacArthur Central Car Park
Central Plaza 1 Car Park
480 Queen Street Car Park
201 Charlotte Street Car Park
167 Eagle Street Car Park
200 Mary Street Car Park

$10 Parking at Secure Parking

Enjoy $10 parking during the night and weekends at Secure Parking locations in The City. * Terms and conditions apply.



It’s fair to say ride-share has become the favoured mode of transportation among Brisbane locals, and with so many ride-share options to choose from, we think it’s a pretty great option for this year’s Dine BNE City festival. Forget about having to park the car (and remembering where you parked!) – download the app, book your ride and get ready to soak up the very best of Dine BNE City!



The OG of transport, it’s hard to go past the reliability of a cab when you need to get somewhere fast. Particularly being in the city, catching a cab from one reservation to another is quick and easy thanks to taxi ranks situated right across the CBD. Yellow Cabs and Black and White both have their own apps as well and you can pre-book your taxi for a little peace of mind.



If you’ve been to Brisbane before and know your way around, why not jump on the bus? The free City Loop and Spring Hill Loop bus services circle the city every 10 minutes, stopping at various locations. Special NightLink bus services run until late on Fridays and Saturdays. To access the bus, you can purchase tickets on board, from newsagents and selected retailers. Alternatively, visit gocard.translink.com.au and pick yourself up a go card – the golden ticket to getting around Brisbane.


With train stations in central locations including Brisbane CBD, Fortitude Valley and South Brisbane (just to name a few), travelling to and from the city is quick and easy. For up-to-date timetables and to plan your rail journey, visit the Translink website.



It wouldn’t be a complete transport list if we didn’t include Beam, Brisbane’s e-bike and scooter hire service. Located around various parts of the city, these bright purple bikes and scooters are a fun and exciting way to cruise around and experience the best of Brisbane City.  For a full list of locations, download the Beam app and register your details.