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Council's emergency dashboard provides useful information in preparation for and during a disaster event within Brisbane. Find important links, Council updates and impacts on Council facilities and services. View the dashboard.

Howard Smith Wharves ferry terminal, already servicing CityHopper and Cross River Ferry, is now also an All stops CityCat terminal. Find out more.

Brisbane Festival is back, from 30 August to 21 September. Check out the full program for Brisbane's premiere city-wide celebration of music, theatre and art performances.

Putt your way around the course in a whole new light this winter at St Lucia Mini Golf. Put your mini golf skills to the test with a glow in the dark golf ball and a twinkling ambience to guide your way. Glow Golf is available from 5pm daily in June and July.

Do you know when it's suitable to put large items on your kerb for collection? Check the kerbside collection calendar to find the date for your suburb.

Keep up-to-date via Council’s emergency dashboard for real-time updates on incidents, weather warnings and fire danger ratings within Brisbane.

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Council Annual Plan and Budget 2024-25

Get a green waste bin for less than $1 a week

What's on for the school holidays

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Dine BNE City

Discover the best of the city's bars and restaurants with exclusive dining offers and experiences. Find a great deal until 30 June.

Lord Mayor's Business Awards

Commercial, industrial and social enterprise leaders in Brisbane are invited to nominate now for the 2024 Lord Mayor's Business Awards. Closes 5 July.

Nathan, Salisbury, Moorooka Neighbourhood Plan

Community consultation on the draft Nathan, Salisbury and Moorooka Neighbourhood Plan closes soon. Have your say before 11.59pm, Sunday 16 June 2024.

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Bushfire and fire truck

Be prepared for bushfire

Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Host. Queensland

Brisbane City Council acknowledges this Country and its Traditional Custodians. We pay our respects to the Elders, those who have passed into the dreaming; those here today; those of tomorrow.