If you are commuting from the eastern suburbs of Brisbane, there are plenty of options available to get to the CBD, depending on what side of the river you’re on…
Commuting From The North East
Along The River
On the northern side of the river, ride along Lores Bonney Riverwalk to get to Breakfast Creek. From there, you’ll continue riding to New Farm Park and onto the New Farm Riverwalk. You’ll be cruising past the City Botanical Gardens in no time!
Toombul To Sandgate Bikeway
For those in the far north-east, the Toombul to Sandgate Bikeway is a great option for ambitious riders who don’t mind a bit of a longer ride to the city.
You’ll find yourself winding past the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Boondall Wetlands, and even the Brisbane Airport on your journey.
Connect up to the northern bikeways to find your way into the city. For more info on these, check out our first issue of the blog series!
From the South East
Along The River
If you are on the southern side of the river, there is a shared pathway on the riverside of Wynnum Road that will get you where you need to be.
Follow it onto the Kangaroo Point Bikeway to cross the river using the Goodwill Bridge.
The Norman Creek Bikeway
For those on the inner south-east of Brisbane, the Norman Creek Bikeway is a central and scenic route on your way to the city.
It provides very convenient access to an array of local hubs, public transport, and schools, and most importantly connects up to both the Veloway One Bikeway and the shared pathway along Wynnum Road to get you straight to the CBD.
Working In The City?
If you are working in the city, you’ll need somewhere to store your bike.
At cycle2city, our fully-staffed facilities have everything you need to freshen up before work. Regardless of if you are working during the day or starting in the evening, you’ll have access to our facilities 24/7.
Securely store your bike, have a shower and even put your bike in for a service at the onsite workshop… it’ll be safe and good as new for your ride home!