TransLink operates across 23 zones and 7 regions in South East Queensland. The network stretched from Gympie in the north to Coolangatta in the south and west to Helidon.
This region is defined by the Brisbane City Council government boundary and comprises the Brisbane East, North, South, West and Central sub-regions. Small urban parts of Moreton Bay Regional Council Shire, that neighbour the Brisbane City area (such as Ferny Hills and Eatons Hill), are also included.
This region is defined by the Moreton Bay Regional Council shire boundary, and includes urban areas such as Bribie Island, Redcliffe and Caboolture. However, some parts of the Shire, such as Ferny Hills and Eatons Hill, are included in the Brisbane City section because the Ferny Grove rail line and Brisbane Transport provide public transport.
This region is based on Logan City local government boundary and the far northern section of Gold Coast City around Beenleigh. It includes the areas of Beenleigh, Loganholme, Loganlea, Browns Plains, Logan Central, Slacks Creek, Woodridge and Springwood.
This region is based on the Redland local government boundary, and covers Capalaba, Cleveland, Redland Bay and Victoria Point. This region has strong links to areas in Brisbane City (including Brisbane CBD, Carindale, Garden City, Wynnum and Manly) and in Southern Region (Logan Hyperdome and Beenleigh).
This region is based on the urban areas within Ipswich local government boundary, including Goodna, Springfield, Ripley, Ipswich, Rosewood and Helidon.
This region is defined by the Sunshine Coast Council boundary and includes the urban areas of Caloundra, Maroochydore, Noosa, Landsborough, Nambour and Cooroy in the west.
This region is based on the urban areas of Gold Coast City, and stretches south to Coolangatta, west to Nerang and north to the developing areas of Coomera and Ormeau. The urban areas around Beenleigh are included in Southern Region.
Planned extensions to the TransLink service area
By 2016 there will be significant extensions to TransLink services throughout all 7 regions with a major increase in services around Coomera, Ormeau, Nerang, Caloundra and between Maroochydore and Noosa Heads.
This development of the TransLink services falls in line with the predicted SEQ (South East Queensland) Regional Plan urban footprint for 2026.