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Lord Mayor Graham Quirk

Cycling Brisbane

Council has launched Cycling Brisbane, a new program designed to encourage people of all ages and abilities to cycle. Residents who sign up to Cycling Brisbane will receive access to a special online hub, bi-monthly e-newsletters and retail discounts across the city. Cycling promotes a healthy and active lifestyle and also helps to reduce congestion on our roads. I encourage all cyclists and budding cyclists to join the program.

This week in Brisbane

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    Find great ideas for events and activities over the April school holidays.

  • The winter swimming season begins on Monday 21 April. New opening hours apply.

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    Check out our Cycling Brisbane website. Join our membership program.

  • Council has delivered accessible and inclusive play facilities in 39 parks.

  • Check out potential ideas for the transformation of Albert Street.

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    Find out about Council's Left Turn on Red trial project.

  • Find out how to understand your flood risk and prepare for flooding.

  • Dog off leash area

    Take your dog for a run at one of 110 off-leash areas around Brisbane.

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    Find information on Anzac Day in Brisbane - Friday 25 April 2014.