How much does a Brisbane CityCat cost?
At Tuesday’s chamber meeting, the council approved a long-term contract with Murarrie-based company Aus Ships to build the next double-decker CityCats at a nearly $4 million price tag per ferry. The double-decker CityCat, constructed at a cost of $3.7 million, hit the water in October.
How much is a CityCat worth?
Two fourth generation CityCats were delivered in 2019/2020. They have a capacity of 170 passengers, including 20 on an open upper deck, plus more space for wheelchairs and bicycles than earlier generations. The vessels which each cost $3.7 million, are being constructed at Murarrie by Aus Ships.
Is Brisbane CityCat Free?
Brisbane City Council’s CityHopper is a free inner city ferry service for the Brisbane River. You can hop on and hop off the CityHopper at six stops between North Quay and Sydney Street, New Farm. The service runs every 30 minutes between 5.30am and midnight, seven days a week.
Can you pay cash on Brisbane CityCat?
Services in South East Queensland are currently cashless. If you are paying with cash, you will need to purchase a ticket before boarding your service.
Where does the city cat go?
CityCat, SpeedyCat, CityHopper and Cross River CityFerry terminals are located along the Brisbane River between UQ St Lucia and Northshore Hamilton. For up-to-date timetable information, visit TransLink’s website.
Are the kitty cats free?
The free CityHopper service will resume on 15 November. The Kittycat has a top speed of 23 knots and that allows services 44% faster than the timber ferries. The new timetable will run at 25-minute intervals and stop at six stops, compared to the previous 36-minute monohull service that serviced eight stops.
Is the kitty cat free?
What can I do today in Brisbane?
30 free things to do in Brisbane
- Go for a dip at Streets Beach.
- Wander through the air-conditioned halls of QAGOMA.
- Catch the CityHopper along the river.
- Explore the local farmers’ markets.
- Catch local artists free with City Sounds.
- Lie on the grass at New Farm Park.
- Wander back to The City via the Riverwalk.
What time do the Brisbane City Cats stop?
The service runs between 6am and midnight, seven days a week.
What is a kitty cat Brisbane?
Brisbane’s popular cross-river travel is joined by five new ‘KittyCats’. The new-look catamarans can transport up to 60 passengers and will provide services to major areas in the inner-city while we assess the requirements of our future fleet.