The six-lane Bruce Highway M1 motorway, part of the east coast national highway network, runs through the region from north to south. Major arterial roads feed into the highway from the many industrial and commercial areas within the region.
The D'Aguilar Highway provides access to South-Western Queensland and the key growth areas of the Surat and Bowen Basins, locations of Queensland's major resources projects.
Queensland Rail operates a full timetable of passenger and freight rail services that run through the Moreton Bay Region.
Speedy metropolitan rail services provide businesses with a great transportation option for goods, employees and customers. Significant further investment is currently underway, with the Moreton Bay Rail Link - which will span Petrie to Kippa-Ring - expected to be completed by 2016.
The Moreton Bay Region is located just 20 minutes from Brisbane Airport, which was named the best Airport in Australia at the 2010 Skytrax World Airport Awards and considered the best-performing capital city airport for arrivals and departures (Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics).
Air traffic is expected to double by 2025 and significant infrastructure projects are already under construction to ensure Brisbane Airport remains one of the world's best performing airports. Direct flights to Asia, the Middle East, US and Europe open up global opportunities for you and your clients.
Brisbane Airport has congestion-free world -class terminal operations that are master planned for first line freight users and offer a seamless transition to the road network for your business supply chain. Operating 24/7, Brisbane Airport is fast becoming an Asia- Pacific cargo hub with currently 26 non-stop international destinations.
The Moreton Bay Region is also readily accessible to private and commercial light aircraft using the Redcliffe Aerodrome and Caboolture Airfield.