Bamboo Basket has now opened at Portside Wharf.
Portside Wharf is a great dining and entertainment precinct and there are many ways of getting to Portside.
If you are travelling to or from Brisbane city, follow Kingsford Smith Drive along the Brisbane River, past Racecourse Road and turn right into Harbour Road. Coming from from the Airport Portside Wharf is just 7 kilometres from the Domestic and International Airports – accessed along Kingsford Smith Drive. For those travelling from the Gold or Sunshine Coasts Portside Wharf is ideally locateed close to the Gateway Motorway, giving you easy access to both the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coasts.
Lots of on site Parking
With 350 public car spaces on site parking is plentiful with both undercover parking and curb side parking 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Buses with Translink
If you are leaving the city catch bus 300 on Adelaide Street at City Hall (Stop 18) to the Bretts Wharf bus stop – just 200m from Portside Wharf. This is also the pick up point for bus 300 on its return journey to the city. For bus timetables or more information visit the Translink website – translink.com.au
Train or City Cat
Trains to and from the city and beyond can be accessed via two local train stations – Ascot and Doomben – just a a few short kilometres from Portside Wharf . The Bretts Wharf City Cat stop is a short stroll – just 200 metres from Portside. For timetables or more information visit the Translink website – translink.com.au