Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is opening up a new world of opportunity for the burgeoning number of entrepreneurs operating in Brisbane’s suburbs.
Venues, businesses and artists hit hard by the pandemic are set to benefit from a two-week music festival being backed by the Schrinner Council Team.
After a year of uncertainty, lockdowns and travel restrictions, Brisbane Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner is encouraging Queenslanders to go in the draw to receive one of 30,000 tourism vouchers to put towards an unforgettable getaway to their state’s capital.
Brisbane City Council’s Green Heart Fair will treat residents to free native plants, Brisbane’s leading sustainability experts and practical ways to live an eco-friendlier life when it returns to Chermside on Sunday 30 May.
Brisbane City Council is helping to take the guesswork out of entertaining the kids these school holidays, with more than 400 free and low-cost activities available in Brisbane, running until 18 April.
You could score yourself one of 300 limited edition artworks as part of a one-off augmented reality treasure hunt series by Brisbane City Council’s Sunny Side Up Outdoor Gallery, supported by Arts Queensland.
No matter where you live in Brisbane, you can’t be far from a playground or park upgrade, with 29 park projects being progressed by Brisbane City Council in 2021. Works are now underway to deliver 17 new playgrounds, 12 upgraded dog parks and improvements to two lookouts and four walking tracks, with all expected to…
If you’ve wondered what it’s like to live inside the Walter Taylor Bridge in Brisbane’s South, consider your curiosity satisfied because free tours inside the quirky lodgings have restarted.
Brisbane is powering ahead to become Australia’s first capital city with an e-mobility strategy, following a successful three-month consultation period that attracted more than 900 responses.
Public and Active Transport Chair Ryan Murphy is calling on Brisbane to get back on board buses, ferries and CityCats and help build back the confidence in public transport that was lost due to the pandemic.
Construction of Queensland’s first ‘dark supermarket’ is set to start next month, with Brisbane City Council approving the mega grocery delivery facility in Rochedale, which is set to create more than 600 jobs.
More than a decade-old giving tradition, briefly interrupted by coronavirus, is returning bigger and better in 2021 with food trucks and live music under the stars at 4:30pm on Friday 26 March for Brisbane’s Big City Barbecue.
The International Olympic Committee has overnight named Brisbane as the preferred host for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The announcement comes just days before the SEQ Mayors mark six years since initiating the push to host the Games.