Coronavirus: Council updates and impacts

The personal safety of Brisbane residents and visitors is our top priority.

Brisbane City Council is working closely with Queensland Health and the Australian Government and will continue to be guided by these agencies on all matters of public health.

As the state’s lead agency on coronavirus, Queensland Health is providing the necessary advice to all Queenslanders including current travel bans, self-quarantine and information on how to best protect yourself and others.

COVID-19 vaccination status direction for Council facilities and venues

Latest updates

We are monitoring all developments on the virus and its potential impact on our city services, facilities and events. 

Brisbane City Council wishes to advise of temporary changes to bus services from first service Friday 24 December 2021, with rear door boarding to be reintroduced on buses.

Following the Queensland Government's announcement to expand the requirement for masks at theatres and cinemas, masks will be mandatory for visitors and staff of the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, from 5am Thursday 23 December, in line with Queensland Health advice. 

Following the State Government's announcement to increase some restrictions in Greater Brisbane from 1am Saturday 18 December, masks will be mandatory for passengers using public transport (including buses, Council Cabs and Personalised Public Transport), in line with Queensland Health advice.     

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Contact for support

  • Council's 24-hour Contact Centre - 07 3403 8888
  • National Coronavirus Hotline - 1800 020 080
  • Queensland Health - 13 Health (13 43 25 84)
  • Queensland Government COVID-19 enquiries - 134COVID (134 268)
  • Red Cross - 1800 Red Cross (1800 733 276)
  • Lifeline - 13 11 14
  • Beyond Blue - 1300 22 4636
  • Queensland Government Community Recovery Hotline - 1800 173 349
Last updated: 19 January 2022