Find out about bike parking, end of trip facilities, and how to connect your bike ride with public transport.
Council has installed more than 200 free public bike racks across Brisbane, and there are hundreds more provided by other organisations. Council’s City Plan 2014 requires bike parking to be provided for many new buildings, and thousands of bike parking spaces have been approved as part of new developments across the city.
All Council libraries have bike racks, and the number of other Council facilities with racks is growing.
Use Cycling Brisbane’s bikeway map to check where to park.
To suggest a bike rack location, fill in the online form.
End of trip facilities include bike racks, lockers, showers, changing rooms and, if you’re lucky, irons, hair dryers and a laundry service! They have been compulsory for major new developments, such as office buildings and hospitals, since 2010, and the number of end of trip facilities in Brisbane continues to expand. If you’re not sure whether the building you live, work or study in has end of trip facilities, ask your building manager or a colleague who already rides to work.
If you are without an end of trip facility in the city centre, consider Cycle2City. Located at King George Square, this cycle centre has 420 bike parks, showers, lockers, laundry services and exclusive access points. Cycling Brisbane members can save 20% off their Cycle2City membership fee for the first 6 months.
University campuses also have end of trip facilities:
Learn how to connect your bike ride and journey with public transport. Visit Translink for more information.
You can take your bike on CityCats and ferries subject to the availability of space and at the Master's discretion.
You can take your bike on Brisbane trains at all times during weekends and public holidays.
On weekdays, bikes are allowed at all times except between:
Passengers can travel with folding bikes at any time.
Queensland Rail has bike lockers and bike racks at many Brisbane stations, with over 3200 spaces. Find out more about booking online.
Options to park your bike include free racks at many bus stops, busway stations and some park 'n' rides.
All busway stations have secure bike parking.
Some bus interchanges also have secure bike shelters, which provide secure lockers for your bike. To use a locker you need an access card. These are free with a refundable deposit; to apply for your card complete this form. Bike shelters are located at: