63 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
Saturday : 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
General access and guided tours

Brisbane City Council is delivering the turn-up-and-go Brisbane Metro — a new era of connected travel. Brisbane Metro will link the city to the suburbs, making it easier to connect with the people and places you love.

Metro services will integrate seamlessly into busway operations as part of Brisbane’s New Bus Network, a proposed network that includes changes to the inner-city and south-eastern corridor to help facilitate the introduction of metro services.

The fully electric, high-capacity metros will provide more travel options with easy links to bus and train services, building new and improved infrastructure and using the best technology to suit our river city.

The Brisbane Metro Information Centre (BMIC) opened at 63 Adelaide Street in May 2022. The BMIC is a space for our community to find out information about the Brisbane Metro, its benefits and learn the latest project news and activities.

It offers visitors the chance to experience the metro through the immersive virtual reality and augmented reality zones, plus step inside a life-size mock-up of the front passenger compartment. There’s also a space for little ones to play in the kids’ activity area.

BMIC will be open for Brisbane Open House on Saturday July 13 from 10am to 4pm. Hear from a project expert at 11am about the unique artefacts found during the construction of the Adelaide Street Tunnel at 11am on the topic of “Tunnelling under Brisbane’s first streets”.

Tour Information

Frequency of Guided Tours: We will have General Access from 10am to 4pm with Centre staff available to provide tours on demand. There'll be a half-hour presentation at 11am from a member of the Brisbane Metro project team. The presentation will also be General Access and the topic will be "Tunnelling under Adelaide Street".

Tour Tips

Great for kids

Additional Activities

Children's Activities, Workshops/talks, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality experiences available.

Wheelchair access


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