Stones Corner Precinct - Hanlon Park / Bur'uda Rejuvenation project
Brisbane City Council is pleased to advise that construction works at Hanlon Park / Bur'uda are now complete.
The Hanlon Park / Bur'uda project is part of the Norman Creek 2012-2031 Master Plan and Council’s commitment to creating more to see and do in a clean and green Brisbane.
|Address||Hanlon Park / Bur'uda, between Cornwall Street and O’Keefe Street, Stones Corner|
|Project outcomes||Transformation of Hanlon Park / Bur'uda into an attractive and versatile public space to support the growing Stones Corner Precinct.|
All project works are now complete.
Logan Road underpass to allow continuous travel along the Norman Creek Bikeway now open.
About the project
Hanlon Park /Bur'uda was a large, open green space in the heart of Stones Corner that has been revitalised by removing the concrete drain and returning Norman Creek to a natural waterway through the park.
The park has been transformed into an attractive and versatile public space that supports the growing Stones Corner Precinct – creating a vibrant urban oasis with more to see and do.
A new nature-themed play area located off Lincoln Street, close to the Stones Corner Community Kindergarten provides natural play opportunities for children aged 0-12 years, including sliding and climbing equipment, sand play and swings, as well as shelter and seating areas for the community.
Additionally, Council is pleased to announce the inclusion of a public toilet block within Hanlon Park. The site of the toilet block is located on the Junction Street side of Hanlon Park / Bur'uda, between Myrtle and Oxford Streets, opposite the nature-themed play area.
The Stones Corner Precinct - Hanlon Park / Bur'uda Rejuvenation project:
- revitalises Norman Creek, which runs through the park
- enhances the environment with more trees and natural spaces
- increases recreational and social opportunities for residents and visitors
- enhances connectivity and accessibility within the park and local area
- boosts local economic vibrancy with a new place to relax and enjoy.
The concept plan was developed through community consultation in 2018, including a co-design workshop, online survey and extensive technical investigations.
Latest project news
Construction of the project is now complete.
Community feedback throughout the project was overwhelmingly supportive.
We would like to thank the community for taking the time to provide their feedback throughout the design and delivery of the Hanlon Park / Bur'uda project.
You can find a summary of community feedback on the concept plan for Hanlon Park on Council’s Your City Your Say website.
Other project works
Logan Road underpass
Council has constructed an underpass at Logan Road in Stones Corner as part of this project – similar to the access under Cornwall, Juliette and Ridge streets. It provides alternative access under Logan Road to link with Gladys Street. The underpass allows continuous travel along the Norman Creek Bikeway without the need to cross a road from Tarragindi to Woolloongabba.
Due to the tidal nature of Norman Creek in Stones Corner, it is not feasible to make this an all-weather access.
The Hanlon Park / Bur'uda underpass project is proudly supported by the Queensland Government's Cycle Network Local Government Grants Program.
A small section of Hanlon Park / Bur'uda will be used as a construction zone to facilitate nearby works at the Buranda Busway Station, as shown on the concept plan. Once the Metro work is completed, the area will be returned to public space.
For more information about the Brisbane Metro project you can:
- phone the project team on 1800 692 333 during business hours
- email email@example.com
- visit Brisbane Metro.
If you would like to find out more about the project, you can:
- phone the project team on 1800 669 416 during business hours
- phone 07 3403 8888 outside of business hours
- email the project team
- write to:
Hanlon Park / Bur'uda project team
City Projects Office
Brisbane City Council
GPO Box 1434
Brisbane Qld 4001.