- Skyscrapers were barely visible above a thick layer of fog in Brisbane’s city
- The fog reduced visibility down to 500 metres, prompting a warning to drivers
- Brisbane residents woke early on Wednesday to capture spectacular images
Skyscrapers were barely visible above a thick layer of fog that shrouded Brisbane’s city on Wednesday.
Spectacular photos taken in the Queensland capital showed fog blanketing the city and as far west as Ipswich, 45km from the central business district.
The fog reduced visibility in the city down to 500 metres, prompting a warning to motorists to drive cautiously.
Despite thick fog shrouding much of the city, Brisbane Airport told Daily Mail Australia it was not impacted and flights were not delayed.
Many Brisbane residents woke early on Wednesday to capture remarkable images of the fog before it dissipated.
The fog made way for beautiful, sunny conditions by mid-morning on Wednesday, with temperatures reaching 21C.
This photo shows skyscrapers in Brisbane barely visible through the thick fog
Incredible image shows how dense the fog was across Brisbane on Wednesday morning
Incredible image captures the fog in the morning sunlight, through beautiful palms
The thick fog made for a perfect backdrop on the iconic Brisbane sign in South Bank
The fog blanketed the Brisbane River before temperatures reached 21C by mid-morning
Foggy, dismal conditions paved the way for a warm, sunny day on Wednesday
The thick layer of fog lay low on Brisbane on Wednesday as the sun started to rise
This incredible image shows the fog blanketing much of the city early on Wednesday morning