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.
Residents in Brisbane’s west will soon benefit from a new lifestyle and leisure precinct, with Brisbane City Council today completing works on a nine-hectare sports park in Moggill.
Brisbane commuters will now benefit from quicker and safer trips between the city’s inner-north and western suburbs, with works complete on Brisbane City Council’s Inner City Bypass (ICB) upgrade.
Works have commenced on the city’s newest water playground with the Lord Mayor today marking the start of construction for the $1.5 million facility in Ferny Grove.
Brisbane City Council has voted to permanently protect some of the city’s most iconic views from future development, with recently identified pre-1911 and heritage properties also preserved as part of a major amendment to Brisbane City Plan 2014, which follows recommendations from Brisbane’s Future Blueprint.
Construction has kicked off on the $27.8 million upgrade to the Green Camp Road corridor, reducing congestion and improving safety for motorists, cyclists and public transport users.
A wave of new four and five-star hotel openings in Brisbane has helped to attract record numbers of visitors and make a positive splash for the city’s hotel sector.