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Ferry Terminal locations

Brisbane City Council’s ferry terminal locations by street, suburb, terminal name, latitude, longitude, accessibility, parking, nearby bus services, CityCat CityFerry or CityHopper service and much more.

A ferry terminal is a public transport facility where passengers can board or disembarking an on-water ferry vessel such as a CityCat, CityHopper or CityFerry to be transported either across or along the Brisbane River.

This point dataset depicts locations of ferry terminals in the Brisbane River between St Lucia and Hamilton which are used to load and unload passengers.

More information about Brisbane City Council’s ferry terminals is available on the Brisbane City Council website or phone Council’s Contact Centre on (07) 3403 8888.

The ferry terminal points were digitised off 2015 aerial photography 0.1 metre resolution, terminal locations then confirmed with the use of 2022 NearMap's series aerial photography to complete the dataset to accommodate upgraded ferry terminals that are built and in operation. This dataset is not to be used for navigational purposes. Source Information: Primary information sources used to identify and attribute the terminals came from internal of Brisbane City Council data.

The data may not fully reflect all recent changes in terminal operations, upgrades, operating status, ownership and operators of included terminals. There may be omissions because of non-discovery of information.

This dataset uses Brisbane City Council's Open Spatial Data website to provide extra features for viewing and downloading the data. The first two resources in this dataset are labelled HTML and they each have a Go to button. Clicking a Go to button will open a web page in a new tab. The Go to button on the first resource will open our Open Spatial Data website that provides many features for viewing, interacting with, and downloading data. The Go to button on the second resource will open the ArcGIS REST Services Directory website and display the spatial metadata for the dataset. Most of our spatial datasets have four more resources. The four resources are labelled: CSV, GeoJSON, SHP, and KML, and all four have a Download button. Clicking the Download button on the CSV resource will download the attribute data in a table. Clicking the Download button on the GeoJSON, SHP or KML resource will download the data in a spatial file.

Data and Resources

Additional information

Field Value
Date Published 30/06/2015
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Attribution See resource preview
Update Frequency Annually