This guide includes:

  1. Video Tutorial
  2. Step-by-Step Instructions 
    1. 1. Agree to ODIN PASS Terms & Conditions
    2. 2. Choose Preferred Transport Options
    3. 3. Choose Transport Priorities
    4. 4. Sign in to ODIN PASS
    5. 5. Upload Profile Photo

Video Tutorial

Step-by-Step Instructions

1. Agree to ODIN PASS Terms & Conditions

Read through the ODIN PASS EULA and if you agree to the terms and conditions, click accept after scrolling to read through the agreement.

2. Choose Preferred Transport Options

On the ODIN PASS home screen, tap the 'show me' button to set your preferred transport options.

3. Choose Transport Priorities

Similar to the previous step, tap the 'show me' button when prompted to set your chosen travel priorities.

Preferred transport options and transport priorities can be changed at any time from the profile section of the ODIN PASS app.

4. Sign in to ODIN PASS

On the ODIN PASS home screen, tap the sign in button. There you can log in with your ODIN PASS account using your UQ email address and the password you set from the welcome email. If you have not yet set a password, please check the welcome email again, and click the set password link.

If the welcome email link has expired, or you have forgotten your password, you can click the 'Don't remember your password' link at the bottom of the signin window. You will then receive an email with a link to reset your password.

Please remember to securely store your password, and not to share your ODIN PASS account or password with anyone else.

5. Upload Profile Photo

Your public transport ticket is only valid if a profile photo is uploaded. You may receive a fine from TransLink if you are found to have not uploaded an appropriate profile photo of yourself to the ODIN PASS app.

To upload your profile photo, click on the settings icon in the top left.

On the settings page, tap your name to edit your account.  On the account screen, tap the empty circle to upload a profile photo.

Your profile photo should be similar in style to a passport photo, although you may smile if you wish to. You must be easily identified by the profile photo, otherwise there is a risk your public transport ticket will not be deemed valid, and you could receive a fine from TransLink.