Brisbane Metro community events
Brisbane Metro will be a key part of Brisbane’s a greater transport network to help you get from the city to the suburbs, quicker and safer. As part of a better planned network Brisbane Metro will reduce city congestion and make more buses available for the suburbs. You’ll get home up to 50% quicker so you can do more of what you love.
Brisbane City Council will host information pop-ups at a range of events and venues to provide opportunities for the community to get to know Brisbane Metro.
|Friday 22 March||1.30-3.30pm||Brisbane Square Library, Community Meeting Room, Ground Level, 266 George St, Brisbane|
|Saturday 23 March||10am-2pm||Clem Jones Promenade, South Bank|
|Thursday 4 April||5-7pm||Garden City Library, Garden City Shopping Centre, Level R4, Cnr Logan and Kessel Road, Upper Mt Gravatt|
|Friday 5 April||12.30-2.30pm||Holland Park Library, 81 Seville Rd, Holland Park|
|Sunday 14 April||6.30am-1pm||Tour de Brisbane, Little Stanley Street, South Brisbane|
|Wednesday 24 April||2.30-4.30pm||Carindale Library, Westfield Carindale, 1151 Creek Road (near Millenium Boulevard), Carindale|
|Monday 29 April||3.30-5.30pm||Chermside Library, 375 Hamilton Road, Chermside|
|Tuesday 30 April||4-6pm||Sunnybank Hills Library, Sunnybank Hills Shoppingtown, 661 Compton Road, Sunnybank Hills|
|Saturday 18 May||12noon-10pm||Paniyiri Greek Festival, Musgrave Park, Edmonstone Street|
|Sunday 19 May||10am-7pm||Paniyiri Greek Festival, Musgrave Park, Edmonstone Street|
Alternatively, you can view these events in Council's What's On events calendar.