TransLink has a single paper ticket for infrequent public transport users and short-term visitors.
Even if you're not a regular public transport user, go card is a cheaper, easier and more convenient travel option. You can simply leave it in your purse or wallet and use when convenient as the credit doesn't expire.
If you're a visitor to South East Queensland, SEEQ card is an easy and convenient travel option to explore the region. Plus, it comes with over $700 value in offers and discounts to use at more than 80 key tourist attractions.
A single paper ticket is a one-way ticket which can be used on buses, trains, ferries and trams.
Tickets are valid in specific zones
Our public transport network is divided into zones.
A paper ticket is valid for travel in particular zones. Make sure you buy a ticket which covers all the zones you'll need to travel in.
Transferring between services
With a single paper ticket, you can transfer between any number of buses, trains, ferries and trams in a two hour window (within the zones your ticket is for).
The two hours starts when you buy your ticket.
Transfers must be made between different route numbered services (return journeys are not permitted).
Passengers travelling through 11 zones or more will have their final transfer time extended by 90 minutes.
Where to buy your ticket
You buy your ticket at the start of your journey (not in advance). You can buy a single paper ticket:
- from a bus driver (except pre-paid buses - see below)
- on board a ferry
- from ticket offices at train stations
- from fare machines at busway, train and tram stations and major interchanges.
Some buses are pre-paid services. You can't buy a single paper ticket on these services. You must already have a valid ticket or a go card or SEEQ card before you get on board.
- Single paper tickets are non-refundable.
- Tickets are not transferable from one customer to another.