Moreton Bay PrideFest | Getting Here

Getting Here

Parking + Transport 

You will find Pine Rivers Park at 125 Gympie Road in Strathpine. 

Entry to Pine Rivers Park is via the intersection off Gympie Road and Kremzow Road. Upon arrival, event staff, volunteers, and traffic marshals will direct all vehicles to the appropriate parking spaces available. Please note traffic marshals have been directed to fill the back car parks first.


Free Parking is available at Pine Rivers Park, however, it is limited and can not be guaranteed. Please follow the directions given by event staff, volunteers, and traffic marshals.

Street parking is also available around Pine Rivers Park unless signed otherwise. We ask that you please be mindful of residents and businesses in the area and park only where legally permitted, whilst taking note of street and regulatory signage.

Accessible Parking

Accessible parking is available onsite at Pine Rivers Park. Upon arrival please show event staff, volunteers, and traffic marshals your parking permit and you will be directed to the reserved accessible parking.

There will also be a designated drop-off/pick-up bay for those not wishing to park or use public transport/rideshares.

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Bay

There will be a designated drop-off/pick-up bay for those not wishing to park or for buses/rideshares to take advantage of. Strictly no parking in these spaces. Time is of the essence in the drop-off bay, please be courteous to others needing the space.

Arriving By Train / Public Transport

Moreton Bay PrideFest, at Pine Rivers Park, is a short 9-minute walk from Strathpine Station. See Translink for the full train timetable and safe travel updates.

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We acknowledge the Kabi Kabi, Jinibara and Turrbal people, the traditional custodians of the land on which our celebrations takes place, and we pay our respects to indigenous elders, past, present and emerging.