The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre is a world-class venue
over three levels, purpose-built to provide superb flexibility and
versatility under one roof. The Centre offers a comprehensive range of
fully integrated in-house services delivered by our team of experienced
professionals whose commitment to excellence extends across all events.
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre is Brisbane Australia's only subtropical capital city and heart of Australia's premier tourist region. The Centre is in the unique South Bank riverside precinct, the city's cultural and entertainment hub.
For public transport information and enquiries please telephone TransLink on 13 12 30 or visit www.transinfo.com.au
For further information about the amenities, location and parking, please visit the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre website.
The Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre is located on the corner of Melbourne and Grey Streets, South Bank.
The venue is a 15-20 minute walk from Brisbane CBD, reached by crossing the river on the Goodwill Bridge (footbridge) or the Victoria Bridge.
The Convention Centre car park can be entered via Melbourne Street or Grey St and the taxi rank is located at the main entrance to the centre.
South Brisbane train station is on Grey Street, centrally located between QPAC, the Convention Centre and Queensland Conservatorium. The train station is on the Beenleigh/Ferny Grove Line.
Buses run frequently from all directions to the Cultural Centre Busway on Melbourne Street, Southbank. If you are travelling from the city, buses to Southbank depart from Adelaide Street, Queen St, Ann Street, and the Myer Centre busway.
CityCat ferries run from the University of Queensland, St Lucia up to Brett’s Wharf, Hamilton. The South Bank Parklands stop is a five minute walk from the venue. CityCats generally run every 20-30 minutes, more frequently on weekends.