Wi-Fi in Brisbane

Brisbane City Council now offers free wireless internet (Wi-Fi) access in 22 parks and public spaces across Brisbane, as well as the Queen Street Mall, Reddacliff Place, Victoria Bridge, South Bank Parklands, 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 popular James Street precinct in Newstead, Caxton Street/Given Terrace in Paddington and Roma Street Parkland, allowing residents and visitors to stay connected as they move around Brisbane.

""Wi-Fi in parks

Find out which parks and public spaces offer free Wi-Fi access, as well as information on support, use and hotspot locations. Separate web pages cover free Wi-Fi access at:

""Wi-Fi in Brisbane Central Business District

Read about how to access free Wi-Fi in the CBD as well as information on support, use and hotspot locations.

""Wi-Fi in Brisbane precincts

Access free Wi-Fi in the vibrant precincts of James Street in Newstead and Caxton Street/Given Terrace in Paddington. Learn about access, support, use and hotspot locations.

""Wi-Fi in South Bank Parklands

Access free Wi-Fi in South Bank Parklands. Find out about access, support, use and hotspots.

""Wi-Fi in Roma Street Parkland

Free Wi-Fi is available in Roma Street Parkland. Read about access, support, use and hotspot locations.

""Wi-Fi in Valley Malls

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.

Wi-Fi in Brisbane Libraries

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

Wi-Fi on CityCats

The entire CityCat fleet is fitted with Wi-Fi allowing access to UQConnect and EduRoam, TransLink's timetable information and Council's website.

08 December 2016