Media Releases

Port of Brisbane and DHI win international innovation award

Port of Brisbane and DHI have been awarded the Innovative Support Services award for NCOS Online at the Dredging and Port Construction (DPC) Innovation Awards 2017, held in London last night.

Port of Brisbane Awarded ‘Excellent’ Sustainability Rating for Port Drive Upgrade

Port of Brisbane’s $110 million Port Drive Upgrade has been awarded an ‘Excellent’ rating for the project’s design, from the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) – Australia’s peak industry body for advancing sustainability outcomes in infrastructure.

Port of Brisbane News

US and Australian Navy visit

From the end of July to early August the Port of Brisbane will host several Navy vessels.
IMPORTANT:   As traffic is expected to increase, we highly recommend that members of the public do not enter the Fisherman Islands and Port of Brisbane precincts.

Port of Brisbane and partners play their part in supporting Clean-Up Australia Day

On Sunday 5 March, Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) hosted Clean-Up Australia Day and tree-planting activities at the port, working with local partners Tangalooma EcoMarines, B4C and Queensland Urban Utilities.  Around 100 people participated in the clean-up and tree planting activities, which took place on part of the Port’s dedicated environmental areas, adjacent to the Moreton Bay Marine Park. 

Operational Notification

Operational notification #57: Port Drive Upgrade – Out of hours work and changes to traffic

The following out of hours work will be carried out: From 8pm on Friday 8 December to 6am on Saturday 9 December, crews will be removing line marking along Port Drive. A rolling blockade with stop-go traffic control will be in place while this work is underway. Delays of up to 3 minutes may be expected.


Operational notification #56: Road safety on Port Drive

For the safety of roadworkers and other road users, motorist are reminded to drive to the road conditions, obey signage and adhere to speed limits. The speed limit has been reduced to 50km/h, north of Ampol Bridge on Port Drive, for the safety of motorists as vehicles transition between the new and old road alignments.