Whether by your own skateboard, roller skates, bike, scooter, car, or your best walking shoes we encourage everyone to take a roll through the art trail on wheels. It's a fun way to explore the Gold Coast while getting some fresh air and exercise. We also encourage using more sustainable modes of transport where you can. Hire a LIME bike and get 50% for first time LIME users when you start your Art Roll!


Wheel Hire

Get around the Art Roll on one of many options for motorised e-transport options. Weave in and out of the trail with a group of mates and see how many murals you can tick off your list and #letthegoodtimesroll.

If you don't have your own hire a moped, skateboard, skates or bike. Here's just a few suggestions. For a limited time LIME bikes are 50% per cent for first time users when you start the art trail. Follow the prompts on the APP to get your discount.


Self drive in your own time. Drive through the City in a few hours or over a few days. Weave in and out of the hidden laneways and villages of the City you may not have ever explored before. Grab a coffee, ice cream and take a selfie! Share with us @artrollgoldcoast.

There are many car hire options on the Gold Coast. Just to name a few...

From the waterways

Take it to the seas! The Hopo Ferry is a great way to see the northern end of the Gold Coast and you can take your wheels with you! Bikes, skates and scooters are allowed on board so you can hop on and off to the closest Art Roll locations. The Hopo Ferry service is also fully accessible.

Ride the G:

Ride the G: and explore the surrounding areas. If you have a bike with you, no worries, bike sheds are available for you to use along the G:link light rail at these locations: Broadbeach South station, Cypress Avenue, Gold Coast University Hospital, Griffith University, east on Parklands Drive, Queen Street station Southport station (west along Nerang Street). They provide a protected place to park your bike while you make the most of getting around.

Wheels on the bus

Surfside Buslines operate 56 urban bus routes across the Gold Coast. The services connect people with the city and suburban centres, heavy and light rail stations, major shopping centres, the Gold Coast Airport and sporting venues. Keep your eye out for the newly introduced environmentally friendly vehicles on your ride!

Accessible Experience

Art Roll locations are currently being assessed for accessibility. The City Of Gold Coast has an Accessible Experiences Guide to assist residents and visitors to plan their stay and move around the city safety. Check out the link below. Please note not all murals on the trail are on flat surfaces.

Mobility hire options

Explore The City of Gold Coast Mobility Maps