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Road closures

Roads will be progressively closed around South Brisbane from Monday morning 10 November through until Monday 17 November. If travelling to South Bank plan your trip and allow extra time ahead of your journey and where possible use public transport, cycle or walk. The following road closures will be in place in South Brisbane.

Details are subject to change, so check back regularly for new maps and updates.

Daily maps: Thursday 13 November to Sunday 16 November 2014

Click on image to open new map: South Bank THURS 13 Nov 7pm onwards (PDF).

Map of South Bank road closures (Thursday 13 November, 7pm onwards)

Map of all expected road closures

Click on image to open map: South Bank area (PDF).


Road closure schedule

Closures from Monday morning 10 November to 5:00am Monday 17 November:

  • Russell Street: Closed between Grey Street and South Bank Promenade.

Closures from Tuesday morning 11 November to 5:00am Monday 17 November:

  • Grey Street: Closed between Melbourne Street and Glenelg Street.
  • Glenelg Street: Closed between Merivale Street and railway overpass.

Closures from Thursday morning 13 November to 5.00am Monday 17 November:

  • Hope Street: Closed between Peel Street and Melbourne Street. Local access will be maintained.

Closures from 7.00pm Thursday 13 November to 5.00am Monday 17 November:

  • Victoria Bridge: Closed.
  • Melbourne Street: Closed between Victoria Bridge and Cordelia Street.
  • Merivale Street: Closed between Melbourne Street and Ernest Street.
  • Merivale Street: Closed between Peel Street and Melbourne Street. Local access will be maintained.
  • Glenelg Street: Closed between Grey Street and railway overpass.
  • Glenelg Street: Closed between Cordelia Street and Merivale Street. Local access will be maintained between Cordelia and Merivale Street.
  • Grey Street: Closed between Peel and Melbourne Street.
  • Grey Street: Closed between Glenelg and Ernest Street.
  • Russell Street: Closed between Cordelia and Merivale Street. Local access will be maintained.
  • Little Stanley Street: Closed between Ernest Street and Glenelg Street. Local access will be maintained.

South Bank Car Park: Access to the South Bank car park will be available from the Tribune Street entrance.

The following road closures will be in place on Saturday 15 November:

  • William Jolly Bridge: Closed southbound only and the eastern footpath will be closed (5.00pm – midnight).
  • Grey Street: Closed southbound, between William Jolly Bridge and Peel Street and the eastern footpath will be closed (5.00pm – midnight).
  • Stanley Place: Closed between Montague Road and Grey Street (5.00am – midnight).
  • Montague Road: Closed between Hope Street and Stanley Place (3.00pm – midnight). 
  • Cultural Centre Tunnel: Closed (5.00am – midnight).

Parking

Road closures in South Brisbane will require temporary changes to on-street parking in the areas stated below. This will include changes to taxi ranks and loading zones and will result in a number of “No Standing – Tow Away” areas:

  • Grey Street: Eastside between Glenelg Street and Ernest Street.
  • Grey Street: Westside between Ernest Street and Tribune Street.
  • Grey Street: Westside between Melbourne Street and Peel Street.
  • Little Stanley Street: Between Glenelg Street and Tribune Street.
  • Ernest Street: Northside, between Cordelia Street and Merivale Street.
  • Merivale Street: Both sides between Montague Road and Melbourne Street.
  • Hope Street: Both sides between Peel and Melbourne Street.
  • Hope Street: Westside, between Montague and Peel Street.
  • Hope Street: Eastside (partial), between Montague St and Peel Street.

The following car parks will also be closed:

  • Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC):  21 October to 22 November.
  • Cultural Precinct Car Parks (QPAC Riverside Car Park, Art Gallery Museum Car Park and Stanley Place Car Park): 7am Friday 14 November to 8.30am Sunday 16 November.

Download the South Brisbane brochure (PDF).

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