Brisbane City Council’s Mt Coot-tha zipline will offer an eco-adventure experience for residents and visitors of all ages and abilities to see the city from a different point of view.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk will today unveil the final stage of the Telegraph Road corridor in Brisbane’s northern suburbs, which has been delivered with a saving to ratepayers of more than $100 million on the overall $260 million project budget.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is calling on residents to open their heart and homes this Christmas and consider adopting a pet as part of the Project Empty Shelter adoption drive.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has unveiled a suite of more than 650 free and low cost activities to help kids bust boredom over the summer school holidays.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has stepped in to protect two parcels of land in Carrara Street, Mt Gravatt East, announcing the block would be purchased through Council’s Bushland Acquisition Program.
A suite of covert surveillance cameras are the latest weapon in Brisbane City Council’s arsenal to fight illegal dumping in Brisbane, catching 36 dumpers in the dirty act last year.
City Planning Chairman Cr Matthew Bourke is calling for Brisbane residents to provide their feedback to Brisbane City Council about the future of the city’s iconic City Reach waterfront area, through a new master plan.
Thousands of Brisbane residents are expected to have a spring cleanout this weekend, with Brisbane City Council cutting green waste costs for residents who ready their yard for the summer storm season.
Brisbane City Council is continuing Australia’s largest genetic and population mapping survey of koalas, with 85 per cent of new bushland areas surveyed showing evidence of the at-risk species.
Public and Active Transport Chairman Cr Adrian Schrinner has today unveiled Brisbane’s newest sports-themed CityCat, which has been adorned in the eye-catching colours of the ‘International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments’ to celebrate Australia’s first INAS Global Games.