Jamboree Cup

On Saturday 18th of September, four postcodes will go head-to-head in our first Jamboree Cup Walking Football Tournament! So if you live in 4073, 4074, 4075 or 4076 – we would love for you to register your interest to be part of a team. There are only 40 places available, so you will be notified…

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Street Serenades are back!!

Brisbane’s biggest music extravaganza returns! You asked and we listened, Brisbane. The biggest music extravaganza ever to be staged in Brisbane’s history is back! Check out the schedule below. We’re on the road again to serenade 190 suburbs of our glorious city with pop-up concerts delivered direct to your neighbourhood. From concerts in cul-de-sacs, symphonies…

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Ducie Street Park Upgrade

I am proud to be a part of a such an active community that enjoys outdoor recreational activities and it is for this reason that I am so pleased to advise that I have secured funds to build a full size basketball court and volleyball court within the park! Upgrade have commenced for the basketball court…

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Kerbside collection is back!

    Your sacrifice in forgoing the kerbside collection last year enabled us to redirect much needed funds to help our community groups, clubs, and local businesses through an extremely difficult year. The Schrinner Council has brought this much loved service back 12 months earlier than planned due to strong economic management. Outlined below are…

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Narrung Street Park Upgrade

Creating new parks, and enhancing our network of more than 2100 existing parks, is just another way the Schrinner Council is improving your lifestyle in Brisbane. As a mum of three boys, I know how valuable our parks are for adventure, discovery and reconnection. I am excited to have secured funds to upgrade Narrung Street…

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New Council public transport protocols in force to protect staff and passengers from coronavirus spread

The way passengers travel on buses, CityCats and ferries will change from today as Brisbane City Council introduces further safety precautions to protect public transport operators and users from coronavirus. From the first services today (Wednesday 25 March) only pre-paid Go Cards will be accepted on public transport. On buses, all passengers must board through…

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