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Getting to FIP 2023
With more than 23.2 million passengers in 2017, the award-winning Brisbane Airport is the third busiest in Australia. Brisbane is the closest destination for many international travellers to Australia and is a great hub to start from for many Australian experiences.
Once you’ve arrived, getting around Brisbane is a pleasure with its first-class network of travel and transport links. From the airport, board the Airtrain for a direct transfer to the city (kids 14 and under travel free) and links the domestic and international terminals. Brisbane Airport is located about 20 minutes from the city centre via train.
We have a promotional code for you to use during FIP 2023 for free return travel from the airport on the Airtrain. The details are below:
For travel dates between: 22 September and 1 October 2023
Tickets: Free Return Travel
Only redeemable online at www.airtrain.com.au
Please note: If delegates book outside the above travel dates the normal fares will apply.
Airtrain is the fast and stress free way to travel from Brisbane Airport. In 20 minutes you will travel directly to the heart of Brisbane’s CBD. Book your ticket online or show your delegate PDF at the Station, either way relax with our modern fleet of trains including Air-conditioning, free WiFi, restrooms on board and plenty of space for luggage. As a delegate, you are entitled to an exclusive offer, use the promocode to redeem at www.airtrain.com.au.
One of Airtrain’s city stations is the South Brisbane station, which is located just 378 metres from the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. For those unfamiliar with Brisbane, you can use our online journey planner to map out your journey to the centre.
Instructions to purchase:
- Head to www.airtrain.com.au
- Select the Book Tickets button
- Select From destination as the Airport Domestic or Airport International
- Select To destination as Brisbane and choose one of the following stations: Eagle Junction, Wooloowin, Albion, Bowen Hills, Fortitude valley, Central, Roma Street, South Brisbane
- Select Return button
- Choose departure and return date between the 22 September and 1 October 2023
- Select the amount of passengers
- Enter passenger details
- Select Credit Card or Paypal
- Enter the promo code FIP2023
- Enter payment details
- Select the check boxes and press the Confirm booking button
Terms and Conditions:
This offer is available for bookings made between 22/09/2023 and 01/10/2023. Tickets are non-refundable and non-changeable. Your city ticket is valid for travel to and from all stations between the Airport and South Brisbane, including Eagle Junction, Wooloowin, Albion, Bowen Hills, Fortitude valley, Central and Roma Street stations. Children 14 years and under travel free to city stations when accompanied by a paying adult and using paper ticket or e-ticket purchased from www.airtrain.com.au. For Airtrain’s full terms and conditions visit https://www.airtrain.com.au/terms-and-conditions/.
Getting around Brisbane
Public Transport – Ferry/Bus/Train
Public transport in Brisbane is paperless. We suggest that you purchase a Go Event Card through the online registration form. Alternatively, Go Cards can be purchased from Newsagents, 7/Eleven and train station ticket offices.
The closest station to the BCEC is the South Brisbane Station. You can get a train from South Brisbane into the city or to the Airport.
Plan your journey on public transport using the Translink Journey Planner or Google Maps.
Another way to get to where you need to go is via a taxi. You’ll find taxi ranks at the Brisbane international and domestic airports, as well as throughout Brisbane City and its surrounding regions. Jumping in a taxi can be a quick and efficient way of getting to your destination.
Brisbane is home to Uber, DiDi, Ola and GoCatch.
Key phone numbers
- Brisbane Visitor Information & Booking Centre: (07) 3006 6290.
- TransLink (public transport information): 13 12 30.
- Black & White Cabs: 13 32 22.
- 13cabs: 13 22 27.
- Emergency (ambulance, police or fire brigade): Dial 000.
Find out more about what’s on in Brisbane by downloading the Brisbane Visitor Guide.