Council will waive the cost of free green waste tipping this weekend, to help thousands of Brisbane residents dispose of fallen branches and garden debris following this week’s wet weather deluge.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today unveiled a brand new $3.4 million visitor information centre that is set to become the gateway to some of the city’s best lifestyle and leisure opportunities.
Brisbane City Council has achieved a 100 per cent carbon neutral status for the first time, continuing to fulfil its vision of a clean, green and sustainable Brisbane.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today signed an agreement to partner with Lone Pine Wildlife Sanctuary, to kick-start the construction of a world-class koala research centre.
Brisbane’s green credentials continue to grow, with Brisbane City Council taking out the top gong at the 2016 Keep Australia Beautiful Australian Sustainable Cities Awards.
Residents living in Brisbane’s west are being urged to get prepared for bushfire season, and Brisbane City Council is hosting dedicated information sessions to help the community prepare their homes and families.
Brisbane City Council will tomorrow continue its proactive response to weather conditions with aerial mosquito management sprays over Brisbane’s saltmarsh wetlands.
Community gardens are set to become composting hubs in a new trial being launched by Brisbane City Council this weekend.
Coorparoo Creek is being transformed into a fresh and flourishing inner-city hub, with Council progressing works on a new landmark park to re-energize the area.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has committed more than $539 million in his 2016/17 Budget to deliver a clean, green and sustainable Brisbane, with a net zero carbon footprint this year.