Media Releases

Tangalooma Ecomarines receive a $10,750 boost for their work with Brisbane schools

Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) is donating $10,750 to local not-for-profit environment group Tangalooma EcoMarines, which will provide additional funding for new schools to participate in EcoMarine programs after the Port received two awards at the 2016 Healthy Waterways Awards on Friday 8 July.

Port of Brisbane contributes $100,000 to local community groups

Eighteen local charities and not-for profit organisations will share in a total of $100,000 in grant funding from the  Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd’s (PBPL) 2016/17 Community Grant Program.

Port of Brisbane News

PBPL supports Summertime Festival – Stop Cancer campaign

For the fourth year running, PBPL was proud to be a festival partner for the PA Research Foundation’s annual duck race, the flagship event in its annual Stop Cancer campaign. 

Port of Brisbane opens its doors as part of Brisbane Open House

More than 500 people explored the Port of Brisbane Port Office on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October, as part of Brisbane Open House. Every year, Brisbane Open House provides members of the public with a rare opportunity to go behind

Operational Notification

Operational notification #6: Out of hours' work and selected tree clearing

From Monday 17 October for approximately two weeks, weather permitting, out of hours’ work for the Port Drive Upgrade project will be required to allow for temporary earthworks, installation of traffic signage/barriers and line marking at Kite Street, Tanker Street and Port Drive.

Operational notification #5: Shared user path Pritchard Street to Kite Street

PBPL would like to advise that a temporary shared user path between Pritchard Street and Kite Street will be open to pedestrians and cyclists from Thursday 29 September 2016.