Queensland introduces Go Card for unlimited travel and more

Travel On The Dollar
November 5, 2012  •  2 min(s) read

Queensland Go CardThe company that delivers bus, train and ferry services across South Queensland in Australia has launched a Go Card for tourists that will offer unlimited travel for 3 or 5 consecutive calendar days travel on all TransLink bus, train or ferry services, along with discounts and offers on more than 80 key tourist attractions, theme parks, accommodation providers, restaurants and more.

The cost? SEEQ Go Cards, which will be available from Wednesday, will allow tourists unlimited travel over three consecutive days for A$79, while a five-day travel pass will cost A$129.

Included in the price is a return trip to Brisbane Airport on the Airtrain, which would normally cost an adult A$31, meaning an average visitor will pay about A$20 a day for unlimited travel across the southeast corner.

Children’s SEEQ Go Cards will cost A$40 for three days of unlimited travel and A$65 for five consecutive days of travel.

A seven-day MyMulti3 pass in Sydney costs A$60 for adults and A$30 for children for unlimited travel on buses, trains and ferries, while in Melbourne a Myki visitor pack costs A$14 but covers only A$8 in fares.

The SEEQ Go Card will be available for purchase at locations across Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast, including Brisbane Airport and Central Station. The cards can also be pre-purchased through the TransLink website.

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