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Rated 4.9 by 492,859+ people

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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Brisbane Central Station?

    The price for luggage storage near Brisbane Central Station starts from just A$8.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Brisbane Central Station?

    There are multiple locations in the Brisbane Central Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Brisbane Airport (BNE), Brisbane Airport Domestic Terminal, and Brisbane Airport Parking - International Terminal and all over Brisbane.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Brisbane Central Station?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Brisbane Central Station.

  • Are there storage lockers near Brisbane Central Station?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Brisbane Central Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Brisbane Central Station and in the broader Brisbane area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Brisbane Central Station?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Brisbane Central Station are Treasury Casino & Hotel, Emporium Hotel South Bank, and Oaks Charlotte Towers. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Brisbane Central Station are Brisbane City YHA, Prince Consort Backpackers, and Unilodge Brisbane.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Brisbane Central Station?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Brisbane Central Station are Howard Smith Wharves, McDonald's, and Felons Brewing Co.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Brisbane Central Station?

    Check out the nearby South Bank Parklands, Hickey Park, and New Farm Park.


About Brisbane Central Station  

The Central Railway Station in Brisbane (also called Central Station for short) is one of Australia’s most important transportation hubs. It’s also one of the oldest structures of its kind, with the construction of its first version being completed back in 1889. Due to its historical significance to Queensland, the station is considered a national landmark in Australia. Over the years, more tunnels and platforms were added to the Station until it became what it is today.

Each and every day, Central Station services thousands of commuters via its 6 platforms. From here, travelers can quickly reach the other train stations in Queensland, Australia, making it a useful tool for navigating the city. For anyone planning a trip through Queensland, catching a train at Brisbane’s Central Station is a safe, efficient, and affordable way to travel.

If you don’t want to lug your belongings around while you use the train, take advantage of the affordable luggage storage options offered by Bounce in Brisbane. Store luggage at one of our convenient locations while you discover one of Australia's major cities.

Are there lockers at Brisbane Central Station?

No, Queensland Rail doesn’t offer storage lockers at this train station or any of its other stations. However, you can still find a convenient location nearby to drop off your baggage for a few hours. Plenty of Bounce luggage storage facilities are found in our partner locations around Brisbane’s central business district, including locations close to the station.

Where can I put my luggage in Brisbane?

When it comes to baggage storage in Brisbane, you’ll find plenty of places where you can leave your suitcase, stroller, sports equipment, or any other items you don’t want weighing you down. To see our partner facilities near your current location, download our app. If you search luggage storage Brisbane you’ll get to see all of the storage spots in the city, which can be found in restaurants, shops, hotels, cafes, and other businesses.

Once you’ve chosen a location and time that works for you, go ahead and book online. Show up to drop off your things at the time of reservation and you’ll be all ready to explore the city. Since our prices don’t change based on size or weight, you won’t have to worry about any hidden fees or extra charges. Have a sudden change of plans? We offer free cancellation up until your booking time.

Things to do near Brisbane Central Station  

There are plenty of things to see and do in and around Brisbane Central Station. Being situated in the heart of the city, some landmarks and attractions can be reached just by a short walk from the station. While you’re in Australia, Bounce recommends visiting these unique spots:

Treasury Casino and Hotel Brisbane

Treasury Brisbane is a five-star hotel, although you’ll probably be visiting for the other activities and attractions if you aren’t booked to stay here. Open 24 hours per day, you’re welcome to try your luck at the casino anytime. Several restaurants and bars are also found here, and you definitely won’t go hungry with the great selection of delicious food. Every week, Treasury Brisbane also offers free live entertainment for its visitors. A few streets from Brisbane Central Station, you can get here in under 15 minutes by foot.

Treasury Casino and Hotel Brisbane bag policy

Before making your way to the casino, you should consult their bag policy. Any handbags, satchels, shopping bags, suitcases, briefcases, or other items larger then A4 in size won’t be allowed inside. For your convenience, leave your belongings with our luggage storage service while you have fun in the casino.

Anzac Square & Memorial Galleries

Anzac Square was created in dedication to those who fought for their country during conflicts, beginning with the 1899 Boer War. As you discover the square you’ll have access to the Eternal Flame, located in the heart of the area, and the Shrine of Remembrance. The space also features 3 galleries; one showcasing stories from the First World War, another focusing on the Second World War, and a third gallery about post-1945 conflicts. Anzac Square is located right outside of the station and is just a minute’s walk away.

Old Windmill Observatory: The Tower Mill

Brisbane’s Old Windmill is a significant local landmark for several reasons. First, it’s the oldest building in the city and dates back to the 1820s when it was built by convicts. That not only makes it the oldest convict-made building to survive, but also the oldest windmill in all of Australia. There’s plenty more to learn about the history of this place, and the park it’s situated in is a nice spot to go for a stroll. Reaching the Old Windmill from Brisbane Central Station only takes about 8 minutes by foot.

Airport travel from Brisbane Central Station 

Brisbane Airport

There’s only one airport in Brisbane, called Brisbane Airport. It accommodates both domestic and international flights, and is about 14 kilometers away from Brisbane’s central business district. Getting between Brisbane Central Station and Brisbane Airport is easy using the AirTrain service, the fastest and easiest way to travel between the two destinations. The journey will take under half an hour’s time, and tickets are priced at AUD$15.00.

Getting around Brisbane from Brisbane Central Station

If you’re lucky enough to spend an entire day or longer in Brisbane, there’s so much that you can discover. Get out and start exploring as soon as you arrive! Keep reading to learn about some more attractions that can be reached easily from Central Station.

South Bank Parklands

Spanning 17 hectares, the South Bank Parklands are a beautiful greenspace by the riverfront where tourists and locals can spend time outdoors. The parklands comprise over 20 landscaped sections with modern facilities for the community. Stop by for a stroll, run or bike ride along the paths, or stick around for a picnic or BBQ. To get here from the train station, catch the nearby 555 bus and hop off at the Cultural Centre station. The parklands are just a short walk away from there. The cost of bus tickets on this route is between AUD$2.84 and AUD$4.34.

Brisbane Powerhouse

Make your way to New Farm Park to check out the Brisbane Powerhouse, a space dedicated to culture, art, and performance. The venue is pretty impressive, dating back to pre-war times, although we’re sure you’re here for the entertainment. Overall, the Powerhouse serves as a venue for close to 1,250 shows every year, including events like the Brisbane Comedy Festival or the Festival of Queer Arts and Culture. To get here, walk from Central Station to Adelaide Street Stop 25 and ride the 196 bus to Brunswick St at Parkview. From there, the park is just 5 minutes away by foot. The bus fare is between AUD$2.84 and AUD$3.55, and the journey should take about half an hour.

Eat Street

If you’re a traveling foodie, Eat Street is a place you won’t want to miss out on visiting. This super cool space, made out of nearly 180 shipping containers, is a meeting point for food vendors from all over the globe. In total, close to 70 traders offer their food alongside 5 themed bars, and there’s often live music playing to top it off. What more could you want? 

Eat Street is only open between Friday and Sunday and will take a bit under an hour to get to from Central Station. Start at Adelaide Street Stop 23 and grab a seat on bus 300. Get off at the Racecourse Rd stop and transfer onto the 304 bus until Theodore St. After a few minutes of walking, you’ll be ready to explore Eat Street. The 300 bus route has tickets priced between AUD$2.84 and AUD$3.55, and bus 304 costs AUD$2.84.

Luggage storage near Brisbane Central Station  

For those who don’t know, Brisbane is quite a big place. Just imagine the scene—scores of commuters surging through the streets of Brisbane, heading to the station on a hot summer day. Anyone could lose their bearings there, and lose track of their luggage in the process. That’s why travelers should use a secure, affordable, and convenient luggage storage service during their trip to Brisbane, like Bounce.

We only gave you a taste of what there is to do in Brisbane, and so many more exciting attractions are waiting to be explored. Spend a few hours playing on the Victoria Park Putt Putt course, or catch a sports game at The Gabba. You can also stop by a museum or admire artworks at the Queensland Art Gallery.

If Brisbane was just a stop on your way to the Gold Coast, or you have more trips lined up somewhere else entirely, remember to keep your Bounce luggage storage app handy. Whenever you need luggage storage, no matter where you are, just type in your address to see all our locations near you. You never have to worry about the safety of your belongings.

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