Being fit and active in Brisbane is easier than ever before, with around 30 new outdoor gyms on the way or recently opened in local parks offering people a free fitness alternative.
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.
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.
In an Australian first, Brisbane City Council has completed a six-month trial of designated areas in 10 parks across the city for launch and landing of recreational drones.
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.
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.