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Ekka travel tickets
« on: July 24, 2015, 11:54:59 AM »

TransLink is just the ticket for Ekka!

It's cheap and easy to get to Ekka this year with TransLink's $6 and $3 travel tickets* and extra bus and train services.

With an Ekka travel ticket, you can get to and from the Brisbane Showgrounds from anywhere on the TransLink network for just $6 for adults and $3 for children/concession*.

Travel tickets can be purchased from Friday 24 July and throughout the show from any attended Queensland Rail train station

Travel tickets can also be purchased on the day you travel to Ekka on-board any TransLink bus or ferry (except pre-paid services), CityCat or City Cross River Ferry services (excludes CityHopper).

Ekka travel tickets

Ekka travel tickets can be purchased at train stations and on-board CityCats, City Cross River Ferries (excludes CityHopper), regular scheduled buses (except pre-paid services) and dedicated Ekka buses.

To purchase your travel ticket you'll need to show a valid Ekka entry ticket, except on-board dedicated Ekka buses (on these services you don't need a pre-purchased Ekka ticket as you can buy your ticket at the Ekka entry gate).

You can pre-purchase Ekka entry tickets onlineOpens in a new window. or at attended Queensland Rail train stations. Check your local station's attendance hours here.Opens in a new window.

Travel tickets purchased on-board CityCats, City Cross River Ferries and buses are valid on the date of purchase only. Travel tickets purchased at train stations are valid on the nominated date of travel only.

Ekka travel tickets are not available for purchase from fare machines.
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