updated: monday 30 may, 9.10am
Brisbane City Council wishes to advise that due to the February and May severe weather event, the following services are impacted.
To plan your journey, visit the Translink website or call Translink on 13 12 30. For more information, phone Council on 07 3403 8888.
Council is operating temporary public transport services to support the community while we work to restore ferry services after the February severe weather event. Find out more.
CityCat and ferry services
Stage three of Council’s three-stage plan to reinstate ferry services will commence Thursday 19 May 2022, reconnecting CityCat services to available terminals, subject to weather and river conditions. These include West End, Guyatt Park, South Bank, Riverside, Mowbray Park, New Farm Park, Hawthorne, Bulimba, Teneriffe, Bretts Wharf, Apollo Road and Northshore Hamilton. Services will continue to be expanded as terminals are restored following the February 2022 flood event and the more recent weather event in May 2022.
CityHopper services will recommence between South Bank, Riverside and Howard Smith Wharves. The Bulimba to Teneriffe Cross River service will continue to operate on a revised 15-minute frequency.
The temporary Guyatt Park to West End cross river and Hawthorne Cross River services will cease, with the reinstatement of these ferry services
Council will assess impacts on bikeways from the May severe weather event. Path users are encouraged to use caution and seek safe, alternative routes where appropriate.
The following significantly impacted sections of the bikeway network remain inaccessible following the February severe weather event and will remain closed until restoration projects are completed:
Kedron Brook Bikeway
- the bridge near Wolverhampton Street, Stafford and Leyton Street, Grange
- at the waterway crossing at Walter Bourke Park, Lutwyche/Gordon Park
- in Corbett Park near Uxbridge Street
- the bridge between Royal Parade and Stafford City Shopping Centre, Stafford
- the rail underpass and culverts at Kalinga Park near Toombul Shopping Centre, Toombul.
Little Cabbage Tree Creek Bikeway
- the bridge at end Hawera Court, Aspley
A link to the Centenary Bikeway
- the bridge at Kooringal Drive, Jindalee.
Some Council Cab services have been impacted by recent weather and flooding events. You will be advised at the time of booking if there are any impacts and what alternatives are available to you.
Council Cabs services to Toombul Shopping Centre are being temporarily redirected to alternative destinations depending on your suburb. You will be advised at the time of booking what alternative is available to you.
The following Council swimming pools are impacted and/or closed:
- Jindalee Pool - indoor pool is open; 50m outdoor pool remains closed
- Newmarket Olympic Swimming Pool - 50m pool closed for refurbishment. The 25-metre outdoor heated pool and Children’s pools remain closed until further notice for cleaning and repairs; indoor Program pool is open for LTS classes and Aqua.
St Lucia Golf Links
The golf course has fully reopened, with all 18 holes, the restaurant and other facilities now available to the public.
Toowong Community Meeting Place is closed until further notice. Repairs are currently being carried out.
Active and healthy events
Residents are encouraged to check our What's On calendar for updates before attending a session.
Parks and natural areas
The recent severe weather events have impacted many of Brisbane's parks and natural areas.
All but one of the 2180 parks are open to the public, with Cactoblastis Corner in Sherwood temporarily closed due to landslip issues, however, Council has temporarily closed some facilities within impacted parks, including, but not limited to, playgrounds, toilets, barbecues, fitness equipment and skate parks.
Council has signed temporarily closed facilities within parks and natural areas to ensure the safety of visitors. While parks and natural areas are now open, Council reminds park users that changed conditions due to flooding may still apply and advises park visitors to take extra caution as required.
Council is working hard to ensure our highest-use parks and natural areas are back to full working order as soon as possible.