Graffiti

Brisbane City Council defines graffiti as any drawing, painting, writing, symbol or mark applied to or marked on property by spraying, writing, drawing, marking or otherwise applying paint or another marking substance (such as stickers and posters) or scratching or etching (not including chalk drawings on footpaths). Council is committed to controlling the social and financial impacts of graffiti. Council also has a range of programs to keep Brisbane graffiti free.

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For advice, information and support, phone Council's Graffiti Community Liaison Team on 07 3403 8888.

Last updated: 1 February 2022

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