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Project phases

Brisbane City Council's Norman Creek 2012-2031 is a long-term plan. Future works and new facilities will depend on feedback from the wider community and their aspirations for the area.

The table below indicates when each phase of Norman Creek 2012-2031 will occur.

Phases Stages Timeframes
1. Vision and concept plan Council first prepared a vision and concept plan for the project in 2011. We worked closely with people who live and work in the Norman Creek catchment, including members of community groups. This document captured early community ideas and articulated a broad vision to guide future activities.

Complete: Council released the draft vision and concept plan for public consultation in July 2011 and finalised in November 2011.

Key stakeholders, including a community reference group, provided input into the development of the draft vision and concept plan for the rejuvenation of the Norman Creek catchment.

Jul - Nov 2011

2. Master planning Council released the Norman Creek 2012-2031 draft Master Plan for public comment in September 2012. Council considered feedback during the three-month consultation period when finalising the plan. You can find out more about the key initiatives Council considered for the Norman Creek catchment. You can also read the Master Plan.

Complete: The Master Plan was informed by the vision and concept plan and input from key stakeholders and technical experts.

Council released the draft Master Plan for public consultation in September 2012.

The final Master Plan was complete in early 2013.

Nov 2011 to early 2013

3. Design and implementation Current stage: Master Plan implementation commenced in early 2013. Council completed the first priority precinct, Coorparoo Creek Park - Stage 1 in January 2017. Coorparoo Creek downstream works completed in September 2017. Following completion of this work, Council identified Stones Corner Precinct, Hanlon Park as the next priority precinct. Stones Corner and Woolloongabba are priority precincts within the Master Plan. Council completed revitalisation works at Glindemann Park, Holland Park in late June 2018.

Council will keep key stakeholders and the public informed of progress and works. They are committed to the ongoing delivery of the Master Plan.

2013 to 2031

You can download the key initiatives of the Norman Creek Master Plan (Word - 204kb).

More information

For more information:

  • email the project team
  • phone Council on 07 3403 8888
  • write to:
    Norman Creek 2012-2031 Project Team
    Brisbane City Council
    GPO Box 1434
    Brisbane Qld 4001.
18 March 2019