Brisbane stages are set to heat up this month with the return of the Winter Sessions Music Festival in July and August.
One of the fastest-growing sports in the world is expanding in Brisbane with four new dedicated pickleball courts to be delivered.
More than 130,000 students from 159 local schools have participated in the highly successful Active School Travel Program, with 2024 registrations now open.
The Schrinner Council’s Sun Safe Suburban Playground Program has hit a major milestone with the installation of the 50th shade sail.
More than 7000 roses will be getting a refresh as part of New Farm Park’s annual pruning schedule, bringing the blooms back bigger and better…
Whether it’s skateboarding, star gazing or sinking a line, Council has school holidays covered during the Winter break.
Green waste recycling bin fees will be slashed from July 1 so Brisbane households can cut costs and stay sustainable.
Brisbane residents will pay just $2 to enter Council’s 22 pools throughout summer.
Brisbane libraries are going 24/7 with the rollout of new library lockers, Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has revealed.
Hundreds of events and festivals across Brisbane will have their permit fees radically reduced or cut all together.
Safety, shade, and accessibility are the focus of a new strategy that will help make Brisbane more walkable.
A brand-new Dockside Ferry Terminal will reopen to Brisbane residents and visitors in 2024.