If you live in Brisbane (and who wouldn't want to), and you are one of the growing WiFi junkies - then here's some great news.

Brisbane is getting some WiFi lovin'!

Since November, more than 5,000 people have taken advantage of the free Wi-Fi coverage in the City Botanic Gardens, with most users connecting for around an hour each session, and we’ve had similar numbers in New Farm Park,” Cr Quirk said.

The popularity of free Wi-Fi access in the City Botanic Gardens, New Farm Park and Council’s libraries has demonstrated that internet access is important to many of Brisbane’s residents and visitors.

Work is expected to commence in December to progressively roll out Wi-Fi access across the 20 locations by June next year.

The public areas selected for the latest Wi-Fi rollout are:
- Rocks Riverside Park
- Orleigh Park, West End
- Post Office Square
- Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens
- The Lake Parklands, Forest Lake
- Carindale Recreation Reserve
- Booker Place Park, Bellbowrie
- 7th Brigade Park, Chermside
- Einbunpin Lagoon, Sandgate
- Guyatt Park, St Lucia
- Calamvale District Park
- Gregory Park, Milton
- King George Square
- Oriel Park, Hamilton
- D.M. Henderson Park, Macgregor
- Kalinga Park, Wooloowin
- Glindemann Park, Holland Park
- Teralba Park, Everton Park
- Hidden World Park, Fitzgibbon
- Jacob’s Ladder, Spring Hil

What are you waiting for? What better reason do you need to be out and about in the sun?

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