Traffic Updates & Notices

Traffic and weather event updates that are likely to impact patrons attending performances

Be prepared to ensure you don’t miss the start of your performance

QPAC is located in a vibrant part of the city, with many events occurring, particularly on the weekends. Busy crowds, traffic changes and Queensland Rail track work can sometimes cause travel delays, which may affect your arrival time at QPAC. To avoid missing the start of your performance, we strongly suggest you plan your transport and leave home early to avoid any delays and arrive in good time to enjoy your show. 

Keep updated via bom.gov.au/qld/warnings, qld.gov.au/alerts and qldtraffic.qld.gov.au for planning your safe travel to QPAC.

  • Brisbane Marathon – Sunday, 7 June 2020

    There will be road closures in place until 11:30am on Sunday, 7 June 2020 due to the Brisbane Marathon. Grey Street and the turn into Cultural Centre car parks from Melbourne Street will be closed until 9:30am. If you are travelling to QPAC before 9:30am, please use Montague Road or William Jolly Bridge to access Cultural Centre car parks and allow plenty of additional time for traffic and parking or consider public transport. For more information visit: https://www.brisbanemarathon.com.au/course-maps-out-now

  • Footpath closure – from Thursday, 27 February 2020

    From 27 February 2020, the footpath surrounding the QPAC Playhouse Green on Grey and Russell Streets will be closed to pedestrians. Patrons attending performances at the Playhouse are advised to approach the theatre via the river side of the building (which can be accessed from Grey Street through the QPAC pedestrian tunnel) or use the footpath on the south (ABC building) side of Russell Street. Access to all other theatres remains as normal.

  • Queens Wharf Development – from Sunday, 1 January 2017

    From 1 January 2017, Queen's Wharf Road (adjacent to the Brisbane River) will be permanently closed to traffic and a section of William Street (between Elizabeth Street and Margaret Street) will be closed to pedestrian and vehicle traffic for the period of the Queen’s Wharf Integrated Resort Development's construction.

    Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will feature contemporary architecture alongside restored heritage buildings in an area that will include a mix of open public space and river front access; 50 new bars and restaurants; a publicly accessible Sky Deck; nightlife and family entertainment; local and international retail brands; as well as world-class five and six-star hotel brands.

    Changes have been made to bus services and scheduling so please visit TransLink, download the MyTransLink App or call 13 12 30 for information about current bus services. City train and access to ferry services will not be affected.

    For up to date information on road closures visit 131940.qld.gov.au

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