Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has unveiled plans for new sports parks across the suburbs of Brisbane as part of a $351 million Budget commitment to enhance Brisbane’s leisure and lifestyle opportunities.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today unveiled the draft Master Plan for the Oxley Creek Transformation project, which will restore a 20 kilometre run-down, industrialised creek corridor into a world class environmental leisure precinct.
Brisbane City Council is readying the city for events marking the final year of the Centenary of ANZAC next week, with a range of new commemorative events and works to pay tribute to the sacrifices of Australian servicemen and women.
Brisbane City Council is providing residents and visitors with a rare opportunity to see city’s iconic Toowong Cemetery at night, with a suite of special events to commemorate Australia’s fallen service men and women ahead of ANZAC Day.
The Howard Smith Wharves Revitalisation project has reached a major milestone with the start of works to restore heritage-listed wharf sheds into a world-class leisure and lifestyle precinct.
Brisbane’s clean, green and sustainable credentials will be bolstered as part of a $583 million package announced as part of the Lord Mayor’s 2017-18 Budget.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk will today unveil a $3 billion Budget for 2017/18 that invests a record $655 million in public and active transport including the detailed planning of Brisbane Metro and a commitment to fund two thirds of the $944 million project.
Brisbane’s Mt Coot-tha eco-adventure zipline is now a step closer to getting aerial, with Brisbane City Council formally launching the next stage of proposals for operation and maintenance of a zipline.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today marked the start of works to transform the former Witton Barracks site into a destination park for Brisbane’s western suburbs.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has today turned the first sod on a new $3.4 million Visitor Information Centre for the city’s premier eco-tourism destination, Mt Coot-tha.