Brisbane Transit Centre

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Brisbane Transit Centre
Brisbane Transit Centre.jpg
General information
Opened 1986
Owner Australian Prime Property Fund
Technical details
Floor count 20
Floor area 29,621 metres2
Access from George Street

The Brisbane Transit Centre, on Roma Street in Brisbane, is a multi-mode public transport hub for long-distance bus and rail services, and houses the second-busiest suburban rail in the Brisbane central business district.

Opened in 1986, the Brisbane Transit Centre is between the Queensland Police Service headquarters and the Roma Street Parkland. The complex includes a number of shops, cafes and restaurants, and two office towers.[1] Access to the centre can be from the ground floor on Roma Street or from the Roma Street Parkland. In March 2016, GPT sold its half share in the property to co-owner the Australian Prime Property Fund.[2]

Long distance coach travel[edit]

The coach terminal is located on the top floor of the Brisbane Transit Centre and is used by:

Train travel[edit]

Roma Street railway station is accessed from the ground floor level of the Brisbane Transit Centre. Long distance Traveltrain services depart for destinations within Queensland.[8] NSW TrainLink operate an XPT service to Sydney.[6] It is also part of the Queensland Rail City network.

TransLink buses[edit]

Roma Street busway station is served by Brisbane Transport buses.


The Cross River Rail Authority will be demolishing the whole of the Brisbane Transit Centre including the East and West Tower and Hotel Jen from March 2018 to make way for the Cross River Rail platforms at Roma Street. [9]


  1. ^ Building Profile Brisbane Transit Centre
  2. ^ GPT Wholesale Office Fund sells its half stake in the Brisbane Transit Centre-to co-owner Australian Prime Property Fund Commercial for $62.6 million The Courier-Mail 11 March 2016
  3. ^ Service Runs Crisps Coaches
  4. ^ Timetables Greyhound Australia
  5. ^ All aboard new bus for Dalby Dalby Herald 12 May 2015
  6. ^ Timetables Premier Motor Service
  7. ^ Rail Queensland Rail
  8. ^ "What the Cross River plan will mean". Retrieved 26 September 2017. 

Coordinates: 27°27′58″S 153°01′07″E / 27.466113°S 153.018603°E / -27.466113; 153.018603