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Cruising On The CityCat Ferry

By Adrienne McTavish

Are you tired of spending every morning and afternoon trapped in your car, stuck in rush hour traffic, crawling home at a snail's pace?

Now imagine if you could spend your daily commutes cruising to work across the stunning Brisbane River, enjoying the fresh air and the smell of the sea.

The CityCat ferry service is a big part of the reason why Bulimba real estate is a popular option for Australians looking for a more relaxing way of life.

Operated by the Brisbane City Council, the CityCat ferry service is an exceptional way to travel between the southern bank of the Brisbane River and the CBD.

Ferry terminals can be found at both the end of Apollo Road and on Oxford Street, and boats travel regularly throughout the day.

All the CityCat ferries are wheelchair accessible – depending on available space – and feature WiFi access to allow you to peruse timetable information and the official Brisbane City Council website.

The CityCat ferry combines with regular bus and rail services in order to ensure that Bulimba residents have a range of public transport options available to them at all times.

Local amenities and services such as these are an essential part of making a community great, so it is important to take them into account whenever you embark on a real estate endeavour.

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