Coronavirus: venue closures and reopenings
Subject to further advice from the Australian Government, a number of Council venues are temporarily closed in order to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
- All Council pools
- Cafe, Mount Gravatt Cemetery
- Museum of Brisbane
- Parts of Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha - Auditorium, Mt Coot-tha Visitor Information Centre
- City Botanic Gardens - Visitor Information Kiosk
- Parts of Roma Street Parkland - information booth (The Hub), ''wet' areas (i.e. designated areas where liquor could ordinarily be consumed from 10am-8pm).
- Parts of South Bank Parklands - Streets Beach, the Boat Pool, Aquativity, Riverside Green playground, Picnic Island Green playground, South Bank Visitor Information and Booking Centre, toilets at Stanley Street Plaza, 'wet' areas (i.e. designated areas where liquor could ordinarily be consumed from 10am-8pm).
- Seven Hills Hub, Seven Hills
- Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium
- Visible Ink, Fortitude Valley
- Council tip shops.
A number of venues and facilities have reopened with social distancing and measures in place in accordance to State Government regulations.
- All libraries in the Brisbane City Council area are open for book collection/drop off only
- The Tropical Display Dome, Bonsai House, Cactus and Bromeliad House, Fern House, Botanic Gardens Lookout and playground at Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha
- Cemeteries and crematorium front counters
- Community Halls for no contact activities
- Visible Ink Youth Hub in Fortitude Valley (Visible Ink) by appointment only
- Council environment centres
More venues may be added as further advice is received so check back regularly.