Here you will find our frequently asked questions. If the information you are looking for is not listed please contact us via the general enquiry form.

The Administration Office is open from 8:30am – 5pm, Monday to Friday. Operational hours are determined by events held at the Centre.

A comprehensive network of trains, buses and city cats (ferries) link the Centre with Brisbane city and suburbs. Translink tickets are the best way to visit and travel around the city. The Translink website contains more details:http://www.translink.com.au/

Q. By Train?

The closest train station is South Brisbane; only a few minutes walk away.  A regular Air Train service operates between Brisbane’s international and domestic airports.  Travelling time is approximately 25mins. Tickets are available from the Information Desk.

Q. By Bus?

The Cultural Centre is the main hub for most bus routes, only a few minutes walk away adjacent to the Queensland Performing Acts Centre. A Free Loop downtown bus service circles Brisbane’s Central Business District only.

Q. By River Cat?

The CityCat Ferry stops at Southbank Terminal 2 which is located on the Clem Jones Promenade.  CityCats run daily from 5.30am-10.30pm.

Q. By Taxi?

A dedicated taxi rank is located at the main entrance of the Centre on the Cnr Merivale and Glenelg Streets.  Taxis are also accessible in other locations in the South Bank precinct including the 2 hotels – Rydges and Mantra.

There are 1,500 undercover parking spaces available at the Centre, accessed by Merivale Street.

Entry heights are as follows: Car Park one: 2.3m, Car Park two: 2.2m (Merivale St) or 2.1m (Russell St Ramp) or 2.2m (Melbourne St), Car Park three: 2m (Merivale Street) or 2.1m (Grey St).

For more information & prices on parking at the Centre click here

Yes, all public areas of the Centre can be accessed by wheelchair. Disabled car parking is also available at the Centre.
For general information contact us on info@bcec.com.au. If you would like to make an event enquiry contact sales@bcec.com.au.
Yes, Information Desk on Merivale Street and Information Desk on Grey Street both have cloakroom facilities to assist with storing personal items.
Yes, there are two ATMs situated on the main exhibition concourse on the Merivale Street side of BCEC and one located next to Olio Cafe & Bar on the Grey Street Ground Level. Other ATMs are available nearby in the South Bank precinct.
A list of hotels can be found in the Destination section of the web site on the Accommodation page.
To find a list of public and ticketed events occurring at the Centre in the next 12 months visit our What’s On page.
All of our concerts are held in the Great Hall.
Tickets can be purchased through Ticketek on 132 849 and online at www.ticketek.com.au. Tickets can be also purchased in person at the box office in the main foyer of the Centre.
A list of job opportunities currently available are listed in the Careers section of our web site under Job Current Opportunities and are also advertised on www.seek.com.au or www.careerone.com.au
The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) was built by the State Government of Queensland and opened in 1995. BCEC is owned by South Bank Corporation on behalf of the Queensland Government and is proudly managed by AEG Ogden who operate convention and exhibition centres, arenas, theatres and stadiums across the Asia Pacific Region.
Due to the high volume of requests we receive from students for information, we cannot reply to each request individually but would recommend that you research the website in detail as it contains a significant amount of information which hopefully will assist you in your studies. Visit our Downloads Library for a comprehensive list of all available downloads on the BCEC website.