Brisbane Transport Museum

The Queensland Omnibus and Coach Society is the owner and operator of the Brisbane Transport Museum which is Queensland’s first and only dedicated bus museum.

Museum Open Days

The Brisbane Transport Museum is open to the public on the first Saturday of the month from February until November.

As the Museum is entirely staffed by volunteers, open days are subject to change and/or cancellation at short notice. Any such changes will be published on our Facebook page.

Open DayTimes
Saturday, 3 February 20241.00pm to 4.00pm
Saturday, 2 March 20241.00pm to 4.00pm
Saturday, 6 April 20241.00pm to 4.00pm
Saturday, 4 May 20241.00pm to 4.00pm
Saturday, 1 June 20241.00pm to 4.00pm
Saturday, 6 July 20241.00pm to 4.00pm
Saturday, 3 August 20241.00pm to 4.00pm
Saturday, 7 September 20241.00pm to 4.00pm
Saturday, 5 October 20241.00pm to 4.00pm
Saturday, 2 November 20241.00pm to 4.00pm


The Brisbane Transport Museum, located at 600 Mains Road, Nathan, is home to the largest display of heritage buses and coaches in Queensland with a current fleet of vehicles spanning from 1938 to 1996 models. The majority of these buses operated for Brisbane City Council and form a significant part of Brisbane’s transport heritage.

The Museum possesses a large collection of rare photos and industry memorabilia that represent over a century of passenger transport history. The majority of these items have not previously been showcased to the public on a permanent basis.

The Museum also features a dedicated Brisbane City Council history display which covers the first buses in 1925 right through to the current state-of-the-art Brisbane Metro vehicles.

Ticket prices

Please see below ticket prices for a one day admission to the Brisbane Transport Museum. Cash and card payments are accepted.

TypeCost (inc. GST)
Child (4-16 years)$10
Family (2 Adults / 2 Children)$50

Getting to the Museum

The Brisbane Transport Museum is located at 600 Mains Road, Nathan and is adjacent to Nissan Arena inside the QSAC complex.

By car

If you are traveling to the Museum by car, please note there is limited parking on site. Parking access directly off Mains Road (heading into the City) just after the QSAC traffic lights.

Additionally, parking at Mains Road park ‘n’ ride is not always available as this space is reserved for paid parking on certain days for major events at Nissan Arena.

By bus

The Museum is serviced by two high-frequency TransLink services which stop at Mains Road park ‘n’ ride: Route 130 (Parkinson to the City) and Route 140 (Browns Plains to the City).

Please refer to the TransLink Journey Planner for timetables and route maps.


The Brisbane Transport Museum is proudly sponsored by Brisbane City Council.