Media Releases

Port of Brisbane and Griffith University team up to study humpback whales in Moreton Bay

Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) and Griffith University’s Southern Ocean Persistent Organic Pollutants Program (SOPOPP) are working together to collect valuable data on humpback whales in Moreton Bay.

EME2 asphalt to be rolled out on $110 million Port of Brisbane road upgrade

Port of Brisbane’s $110 million Port Drive Upgrade Project is one of the first major road projects to use EME2 (Enrobés à Module Élevé Class 2) asphalt, with more than 50,000 tonnes of the sustainably-sourced asphalt to be progressively laid – the largest placement of EME2 in Australia.

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.

Changes to Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd Trade Charges

From 1 July 2017, the Trade Charges levied by the Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) will be adjusted on all products by 1.6% – a level broadly in line with the Consumer Price Indexes (CPI).

Operational Notification

Operational notification #35: Port Drive Upgrade – Kite Street roundabout temporary road closure

Road closure from 8pm Friday 18 August to 4am on Sunday 20 August 2017.   The right turn from Port Drive southbound into Kite Street will be temporarily closed for works on the new overpass. Traffic wishing to enter Kite Street from Port Drive southbound will be diverted via:
 

Operational notification #34: Port Drive Upgrade – Changed traffic conditions and detours from 13 August 2017

New Detour: Sunday 13 August 2017 to Saturday 30 September 2017, Port Drive southbound between Bulk Terminal Drive and Lucinda Drive Bridge will be closed to traffic. All traffic leaving Fisherman Islands will be diverted via Lucinda Drive during this time.  Existing Detour: The closure of Lucinda Drive Bridge northbound will remain in place until 30 September 2017, i.e. the bridge remains one way southbound.