Wi-Fi in Brisbane
Free wireless internet (Wi-Fi) is one way Brisbane City Council is creating a more connected and accessible city. Free Wi-Fi is now available in 30 parks and public spaces across Brisbane, including the Queen Street Mall, Reddacliff Place, Victoria Bridge, South Bank Parklands, Roma Street Parkland, Valley Malls, Mt Coot-tha Summit Lookout, Brisbane Libraries and on CityCats.
Council has expanded its free Wi-Fi service across the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD) and into the vibrant precincts of James Street and Newstead, Caxton Street and Given Terrace, Stones Corner, Sandgate town centre, Wynnum town centre and St Lucia village allowing residents and visitors to stay connected as they move around Brisbane.
Read about how to access free Wi-Fi in the CBD as well as information on support, use and hotspot locations.
Access free Wi-Fi in the vibrant precincts of James Street in Newstead, Caxton Street/Given Terrace in Paddington, Logan Road and surrounds in Stones Corner, Sandgate town centre and Wynnum town centre and W. Poole Playground, and St Lucia village. Learn about access, support, use and hotspot locations.
Access free Wi-Fi in South Bank Parklands. Find out about access, support, use and hotspots.
Free Wi-Fi is available in Roma Street Parkland. Read about access, support, use and hotspot locations.
Find out how to access free Wi-Fi in the Valley Malls (Brunswick Street Mall and Chinatown Mall), as well as information on support, use and hotspot locations.
Free wireless access to the internet (Wi-Fi) is available in Council libraries to all library visitors with a laptop, tablet, smartphone or personal digital assistant (PDA). Library members can also make a booking to access the internet from a library computer. For more information, visit the eLibCat library catalogue
The entire CityCat fleet is fitted with Wi-Fi allowing access to UQConnect and EduRoam, TransLink's timetable information and Council's website.