Brisbane City Council is building five new green bridges across Brisbane which will make it even easier to get around our city on foot, by bike, or public transport.

We're getting you home quicker and safer with less traffic congestion and more travel options, so you can spend less time on the road and more time doing what's important.

The new bridges will link Kangaroo Point to the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD), Toowong to West End, St Lucia to West End, as well as new crossings at Breakfast Creek and Bellbowrie. View our proposed green bridge locations map.

Council has released the Initial Consultation Outcomes for the Green Bridges Program, which provides a summary of the key feedback themes identified through the program's initial consultation phase in late 2019.

Feedback will play a critical role in the development of each project during their early planning stages, including determining the preferred alignment, landing locations and design features for each bridge.

Council will provide further opportunities for residents to have their say on each green bridge later in 2020.

Green bridges is one of the key initiatives of the Transport Plan for Brisbane – Implementation Plan 2018.

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Kangaroo Point

This bridge will cater for pedestrians and cyclists, connecting Kangaroo Point and the CBD.

Toowong to West End

This bridge will link the growing West End community with the Toowong Centre, rail and ferry services.

St Lucia to West End

This bridge will make it easier to travel between UQ, West End, Highgate Hill and the CBD.

Breakfast Creek

This bridge will connect Brisbane's northern suburbs with the CBD.

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This bridge would give Bellbowrie and Moggill residents access to active transport networks and public transport services at Wacol and Darra.

cycling on Eleanor Schonell Bridge

Register your interest

Keep up to date with Council's ongoing consultation opportunities for the Green Bridges Program by registering to receive email updates.

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Have your say

Read the initial consultation outcomes and find out how you can continue to have your say on the Green Bridges Program.

Next steps

Find out what's next for the Green Bridges Program.

Five new green bridges video

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

Video transcript and supporting information

Video transcript

Brisbane City Council is making Brisbane better by building five new green bridges.

We’re getting more cars off the road and making it even easier for you to get around our city using public transport, by bike or on foot.

Brisbane is a growing city so we’re investing in clean and green infrastructure.

The five new green bridges will link to public transport, walking and cycling networks, reducing congestion and providing faster and more convenient access to connect with the people and places that make our city great, including new and improved public spaces on the Brisbane River.

The new bridges will link Kangaroo Point to the Brisbane Central Business District, Toowong to West End, St Lucia to West End, as well as new crossings at Breakfast Creek and Bellbowrie.

Initial planning is now underway to help plan and deliver these exciting projects.

Have your say to help make the Brisbane of tomorrow even better than the Brisbane of today.

Supporting information

The Green Bridges for Brisbane video provides information about the program and about each of the five proposed bridge locations.

It shows an animation of pedestrians and cyclists travelling across a bridge.

The video shows an aerial view of Brisbane, with five pop up icons indicating the locations of the proposed bridges.

  • Kangaroo Point to the CBD
  • Toowong to West End
  • St Lucia to West End
  • Breakfast Creek
  • Bellbowrie.

The video includes animations to communicate the program benefits, including that the bridges will:

  • link to public transport, walking and cycling networks,
  • reduce traffic congestion
  • improve access for pedestrians and cyclists.

The video includes aerial footage of each of the five proposed bridge locations, with an animated sketch of a bridge overlayed on the footage to show the proposed bridge alignment.

Proposed green bridge locations map

This map shows the proposed locations of the five new green bridges.

The Green bridges locations map (PDF - 1.9Mb)  illustrates the green bridge locations throughout Brisbane. 

More information

If you want more information about the proposed green bridges, you can:

  • phone Council's Green Bridges project team on 1800 318 166 during business hours
  • phone Council on 07 3403 8888 outside of business hours
  • email the project team
  • write to:
    Green Bridges Program
    City Projects Office
    Brisbane City Council
    GPO Box 1434
    Brisbane Qld 4001.

Brisbane just keeps getting better. We're getting five new green bridges.

Find out more about the other ways we're making Brisbetter.

Last updated:16 April 2020