Media Releases

Grant funds flow for Bulimba Creek Catchment group

The Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee (B4C) has received $9,680 in funding from the Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) to help contribute to the conservation and native landscaping of Whyte Island Boat Ramp, located at the Port of Brisbane.

Port of Brisbane recognised nationally for customer centricity

The University of Sydney’s ‘Better Infrastructure Initiative’ has labelled the Port of Brisbane a 2017 National Exemplar in Customer Stewardship, one of only eight infrastructure businesses nationwide and the only port.

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 #47: Port Drive Upgrade – Changes to traffic

On Monday 16 October, between 8pm and 12am (midnight), Port Drive southbound between Bulk Terminal Drive and Lucinda Drive Bridge will be temporarily closed for a concrete pour on the new bridge, weather permitting. Depending on Monday’s weather forecast, the work may be undertaken on the next available night shift.

Operational notification #46: Port Drive Upgrade – Changes to traffic

On Thursday 12 October, between 8pm and 12am (midnight), Port Drive southbound between Bulk Terminal Drive and Lucinda Drive Bridge will be temporarily closed for a concrete pour on the new bridge.
All outbound / city-bound traffic will be diverted via Port Drive northbound, Bishop Drive and Lucinda Drive.
Lucinda Drive Bridge will remain open to traffic in both directions.