Pollution in Brisbane, Australia

Air pollution data from World Health Organization Info
PM10 Pollution Level: Low

Pollution in Brisbane, Australia

Air Pollution
13.85 Very Low
Drinking Water Pollution and Inaccessibility
11.79 Very Low
Dissatisfaction with Garbage Disposal
14.84 Very Low
Dirty and Untidy
19.72 Very Low
Noise and Light Pollution
34.96 Low
Water Pollution
33.13 Low
Dissatisfaction to Spend Time in the City
13.00 Very Low
Dissatisfaction with Green and Parks in the City
14.88 Very Low

Purity and Cleanliness in Brisbane, Australia

Air quality
86.15 Very High
Drinking Water Quality and Accessibility
88.21 Very High
Garbage Disposal Satisfaction
85.16 Very High
Clean and Tidy
80.28 Very High
Quiet and No Problem with Night Lights
65.04 High
Water Quality
66.87 High
Comfortable to Spend Time in the City
87.00 Very High
Quality of Green and Parks
85.12 Very High

Contributors: 131

Last update: January 2019

These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years.

If the value is 0, it means it is perceived as very low, and if the value is 100, it means it is perceived as very high.

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5 Comments so far

#Anonymous on Jan 19, 2019 :
Agree with Dave. Obvious sewerage including toilet paper was spread over a park after rain near cabbage tree creek and still council seem to do nothing. Sadly. Why are new houses being built in areas with inadequate sewerage?
#Dave Hopkinson on Nov 15, 2018 :
For many years I have been concerned about the pollution in Cabbage Tree Creek and Nundah creek at Shorncliffe north of Brisbane. There is a dissfuncional sewerage plant along Cabbage Tree creek that regularly dumps sewerage into the creek especially after rain. Nundah Creek feeds into CTC and it is close to a former refuse dump. I now live at Margate and have not lived at Shorncliffe for many years but the the condition of these creeks has not improved. This needs a looking at.
Regards Dave Hopkinson.
#Scott on Aug 11, 2016 :
the most polluted place in BCC has to be the walking track leading from Eagle Terrace Sandgate, at the top of Curlew Street down to the picnic, BBQ, toilets at the corner of Cliff & Flinders. This is signed as a tourist area, there is a look-out, paid for by BCC & The Full Moon Hotel - the problem is, it is a tip, nobody cleans it. It is extremely busy but not maintained like the lower stretch. Being so closed to a pub that has a bottle-shop, people go over there to drink and smoke, but nobody ever cleans it. There are pub glasses, alcohol cans of all sorts, smoke boxes wedged in the rocks, non-maintained trees with no ground cover. If these streets are signed 'tourist' heaven help the impression they're giving visitors, no wonder all the shops are closing in that suburb ... I tried walking from the shops ... both Cliff & Eagle are no longer designed for tourist - on Eagle there are park benches that look out to long grass and shrubs? Tourism ... I think not. I did a fun run that goes down that walk way and remember thinking to myself ... what an impression this gives us visitors!
#Mike Hunt on Feb 15, 2016 :
#anna i live in the bulimba region of brisbane (next to hawthorne) and the air quality is as clear as an 8 year olds vagina, no worries here
#AlPacino on Feb 23, 2015 :
The coal trains are still traveling through the city uncovered. A lot of coal dust.
Air traffic (departures and arrivals to a large degree over the city and suburbs, noiuse and air pollution.