Waterway health — Recreational

Brisbane City Council monitors the quality of waterways to ensure the public is not exposed to unnecessary health risk. Council monitors the water quality at 11 sites in the Brisbane River and Moreton Bay, which have high rates of recreational use. The dataset derived from the monitoring are published and warning signs are put in place where required.

Information on water quality monitoring can be found on the Brisbane City Council website.

More information on waterway health can also be found on the Brisbane City Council website.

Data and Resources

Waterway health — Recreational — Enterococci monitoring results — metadata — CSV

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Waterway health — Recreational — Enterococci monitoring results — 2018–2019 — CSV

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Waterway health — Recreational — Enterococci monitoring results — 2017–2018 — CSV

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Waterway health — Recreational — Enterococci monitoring results — 2016–2017 — CSV

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Waterway health — Recreational — Enterococci monitoring results — 2015–2016 — CSV

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Waterway health — Recreational — Enterococci monitoring results — 2014–2015 — CSV

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Waterway health — Recreational — Enterococci monitoring results — 2013–2014 — CSV

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Waterway health — Recreational — Enterococci monitoring results — 2012–2013 — CSV

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Waterway health — Recreational — Enterococci monitoring results — 2011–2012 — CSV

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Additional information

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Date Published 2017-11-06
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
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Update Frequency Monthly

Waterway health — Recreational

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