Whether you’re visiting King Street on two wheels or four, the range of travel options - and proximity to public transport and major roads - ensures getting here is effortless.
Bordered by Gregory Terrace and St Paul’s Terrace and conveniently positioned in the heart of a number of major road networks, including the CLEM7 tunnel, Inner City Bypass, Gympie Road and Airport Link Tunnel, King Street is easily accessible from all directions.
A five-level carpark on the corner of King Street and Machinery Streets means parking is easy, from as little as $15 a day.
To book a cab call Black and White Cabs (phone 13 32 22) or Yellow Cabs (phone 13 19 24). Taxi zones are located outside Rydges Hotel and Fat Dumpling on King Street.
Bussing in? You’re spoilt for choice. Take the CityGlider buses, which provides high-frequency transport from West End to Teneriffe and Ashgrove to Stones Corner, or hop aboard the free City Loop bus service which is perfect for exploring the CBD. The main bus stop is located on St Paul’s Terrace, directly next to King Street. For more information visit translink.com.au or phone 13 12 30.
Set between Bowen Hills and Fortitude Valley railway stations, King Street is a public transport lover’s dream. Both stations offer easy access to King Street – and all of its delights. For further information phone TransLink on 13 12 30.
Cyclists rejoice – King Street is an active, bike-friendly community with convenient resources for the helmet-wearers among us. Keep your two-wheeler secure while you explore your surroundings thanks to numerous bike racks located within the precinct and in all our commercial buildings. All Brisbane's bikeways can be found on the Cycling Brisbane website