Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today announced that Brisbane City Council is expanding its world-class sporting precinct at Telegraph Road, with the additional of netball courts for district-grade competitions.
A new world-class waterfront dining and entertainment precinct has today opened its doors, marking the first stage of a progressive opening of Howard Smith Wharves following a $110 million restoration.
Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner has today announced Brisbane City Council will expand the city’s river transport network with a new ferry terminal for Brisbane’s newest leisure and lifestyle precinct, Howard Smith Wharves.
Brisbane City Council has today officially opened the city’s first ever river hub in West End, which will soon form part of a world-class River Access Network that will create new river tourism and transport opportunities in the inner-city.
Brisbane City Council’s $28 million Green Camp Road upgrade has reached a major milestone, with motorists now able to drive along the newly constructed road corridor for the first time.
Brisbane’s most modern ferry terminal has today been unveiled, with works to upgrade the New Farm Park ferry terminal now complete.
Brisbane BMX riders will be jumping into 360° tailspins, with the opening of one of the largest BMX tracks in Australia at Bracken Ridge today.
The final piece of turf has today been laid in Brisbane’s newest green space, an amphitheatre that will form part of a 2.7 hectare public parkland in the $110 million development of Howard Smith Wharves.
Brisbane City Council’s zipline experience at Mt Coot-tha is one-step closer to taking shape, with detailed designs for the project unveiled, as the project seeks development approval.
Residents will soon benefit from a new recreation hub in West End, with works steaming ahead for a world-class River Access Network that will create more to see and do across the city.