Mud Army 2.0

Due to the Mud Army 2.0's incredible effort on Saturday 5 March, Brisbane City Council has confirmed that the Mud Army 2.0 can now put down their tools.

Volunteers are no longer needed to clean-up Brisbane on Sunday 6 March. 

From here, the Australian Defence Force and Council officers will continue the clean-up. We want to assure the people of Brisbane that no one will be left behind.

If you still require clean-up assistance or we missed you today, phone Council on 3403 8888.

The Mud Army 2.0 has helped to clean up Brisbane from the devastating floods. This clean-up initially focused on those areas that had received the most damage and had been difficult to access due to flooding.

Council partnered with Volunteering Queensland to coordinate Mud Army 2.0.

Liability disclaimer

Read our liability disclaimer regarding the participation in Mud Army 2.0.

Liability disclaimer

Brisbane City Council makes no representations or warranties as to the nature of any activities that might be undertaken. Your participation in any activity (and that of your dependents) is entirely at your discretion and is voluntary.

To the extent permitted by law, Brisbane City Council takes no responsibility or liability for any damage, loss, costs, expenses, claims, demands, actions, proceedings, injury or illness (including, without limitation permanent injury, incapacitation or death) due to or arising out of, directly or indirectly, the actions or omissions (whether wilful, negligent or otherwise) of Council (including any officer, employee, or volunteer) or a participant (including yourself and your dependents) or any third party provider and Council shall not be liable to you (or any of your dependents) whether for breach of contract, in tort (including negligence), in equity, under statute or otherwise.

Volunteering Queensland disclaimer - third party website

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Disclaimer - third party website

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Last updated: 7 March 2022

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