Kangaroo Point Cliff Repairs Cause Temporary Detours for Pedestrians

Kangaroo Point

Pedestrian access at Kangaroo Point is undergoing temporary changes due to essential cliff remediation works.



The Brisbane City Council has announced that the stairs adjacent to Joey’s, leading down to the cliff base, will be closed on weekdays between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. from 3rd to 17th July.

Alternative Routes and Assistance Available

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To accommodate these necessary repairs, a detour has been established via the southern stairs located opposite Llewellyn Street. The council has assured the public that clear signage and traffic control will be in place to guide pedestrians and minimise disruption during this period.

Project Timeline Subject to Change

While the council aims to complete the remediation works within the specified timeframe, it is important to note that this is contingent upon weather conditions and any unforeseen circumstances that may arise on-site.


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Council Urges Patience and Cooperation

As these works are crucial for the safety and preservation of the Kangaroo Point cliffs, the Brisbane City Council requests the understanding and cooperation of residents and visitors during this temporary inconvenience.

Published Date 03-July-2024