Yellow Cabs Queensland Pty Ltd

Woolloongabba, Brisbane Area

Yellow Cabs has been providing a door to door taxi service since 1924.

Any person, who needs assistance with mobility, can hire one of their specialised vehicles, fitted with a taxi-meter and security cameras, along with its industry trained and experienced driver, to carry them to their desired destination.

The first duty of the Yellow Cab driver is to his/her passengers; their needs, comfort, and safety are the driver’s principal concern. Vehicles selected to become Yellow taxis must be able to meet the rigour of constant high use, remaining safe, comfortable and reliable. These vehicles include: Sedans (one to four passengers), Maxi Taxi (one to 10 passengers), Multi Passengers Taxis (one to six passengers) and Silver Service (one to four passengers). Dual wheelchair access is available upon request.

You can pre-book and pay for for travel, call and ask for a fixed price, hail their services, book online, through the App or simply by calling them.

Please visit the web site for the full services on offer, fare estimator and booking information.

Over 93 years strong!

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
7 Albion Street
Woolloongabba, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our services

Mostly Ford Falcons and Toyota Camrys and Aurions. All are air-conditioned and all operate on metered fare.

Primarily used to transport passengers in wheelchairs. Can carry one wheelchair passenger and eight others or two wheelchair passengers and five others. Also suit group booking up to ten passengers but this attracts an extra AUD11 booking fee.

For that special occasion and only half an hour advance notice is needed. Cars are of a higher standard (for example, Fairlanes, Statesmans, and Mercedes Benz). A booking surcharge applies.

These vehicles are configured to carry up to six passengers. These vehicles have been designed to fill a void between the 4seater traditional taxi and the 10 seater maxi taxi. Perfect for that special occasion for up to six passengers. Pre booked Multi Passenger Taxi’s carry a booking surcharge.

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Note: Information on listed products and services are provided by the operator and were correct at the time of publishing. Rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available prices of products and services. Please visit the operator’s website for further information. All prices quoted are in Australian dollars (AUD).