Murarrie Recreation Hub

Brisbane City Council is committed to improving access to the Brisbane River for residents and visitors, promoting an active and healthy lifestyle by encouraging greater use of the city’s recreational facilities and enhancing the attraction offered by the Brisbane River as a recreational and tourist destination. 

The Murarrie Recreation Hub (part of Council's River Access Network) accommodates a range of vessels and uses including:

  • launching and short-term use of passive crafts such as kayaks, canoes and stand-up paddleboards
  • short-term use for motorised recreational vessels
  • potential future water taxi pick-up and drop-off point
  • pick-up and drop-off for commercial vessels
  • a rest point or destination within a network of other public pontoons.

Residents and visitors can access this facility via a shared path through Metroplex Avenue Park, behind the recently opened Brewdog complex. 

Using the recreation hub

The facility allows users to stay for a period of up to two hours, unless otherwise signed by Council and is suitable for vessels up to 75 tonnes. 

Fishing is currently allowed on the pontoon, however, boating activities take priority. Cast nets and crab potting are not permitted on the pontoon to ensure the safety of all users.

Users of the hub should follow all signage at the pontoon.


Council has installed signage onsite to ensure users are able to familiarise themselves with safe on-water conduct before using the facility.

Council encourages all users to also familiarise themselves with the Brisbane River Code of Conduct for further information on how to safely use the river. This guide can be accessed via the Queensland Government's Maritime Safety Queensland website.

Murarrie Recreation Hub video

Watch the video to see the Murarrie Recreation Hub. Read supporting information for this video.

You can also watch this video on Council's YouTube channel.

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