To go to Le Festival you can choose from a variety of easy transport options to get to South Bank.
- Don't drink and drive, please take public transport.
- Eskies will not be permitted.
- People who are unduly intoxicated will not be served alcohol.
- ID will be required to purchase liquor.
South Bank is proud to be an accessible precinct for all visitors. Key information is below – if you have any questions, please contact the South Bank Visitor Information and Booking Centre on 07 3156 6366. South Bank’s underground car park (located on Little Stanley Street) has several disabled parking bays, which are conveniently located near the car park lifts at the northern and southern ends of level B1.
Le Festival encourages everyone to consider riding. CityCycle is a good way to get to Le Festival by bike. There are stations everywhere in the city and it's very easy to pick up a bike. If you're not yet a member and you just want to use it to go to Le Festival you can just use the Casual Pass for $2. Remember the first-30 minutes of every journey are free. If your journey lasts more than 30 minutes usage-fees will apply.
You can find the CityCycle's station map here
Go Card - With the Translink go card, visitors can easily travel across South East Queensland on any Translink bus, ferry and rail services. Go cards can be purchased online, over the phone or from selected retailers and QR stations. Visit Translink's website (translink.com.au) for more information.
At the Northern end of South Bank's Grey Street is the Cultural Centre Busway. This Busway services all of Brisbane and surrounding suburbs and enables visitors to access regular bus services to their chosen South East Queensland destination.
South Bank is located at the crossroads of the Queensland Rail network, and has two train stations, South Brisbane and South Bank Train Stations on Grey Street. These stations provide regular train services enabling visitors to connect with the Brisbane CBD rail network and the Gold Coast rail network.
CityCat & Ferry Service
The Brisbane CityCat and Ferry services are a favourite among the locals and are an enjoyable and practical way to get around Brisbane, South Bank and surrounding suburbs. Enjoy the ample sightseeing opportunities as you find your way around the river with access to key city stops including New Farm Park, South Bank and Bulimba.
If you wish to drive, you are sure to be able to park with ease and convenience at the South Bank car park. The South Bank car park is accessible from Little Stanley Street and offers more than 800 spaces, including eight disabled bays with lift and stairs accessibility from both at the North and South entrances.
SW1 Secure Parking Car Park special offer: during Le Festival, save by using the dedicated promo code:
Friday 6 July: FRENCH18N
Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 July: FRENCH18W
Parking is also available at:
- Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
- Queensland Performing Arts Centre
- Queensland Art Gallery
- Queensland Museum
- State Library of Queensland