Wynnum SCIP renewal

In 2015, Brisbane City Council refurbished the Wynnum SCIP to keep the Wynnum Central area vibrant and well maintained. The refurbishment complemented other redevelopments in 2015 along Florence Street including a new library, park and community use centre.

The original Wynnum SCIP was constructed in 2000 through a partnership between Council and local property owners.

Council has invested $500,000 in improvements in Edith Street, Florence Street and Bay Terrace, Wynnum.

The renewal works included:

  • a full upgrade to the bus stop in front of the IGA in Florence Street (DDA-compliant)
  • new street furniture including bench seats, bicycle racks and drinking fountains
  • upgrades to some sections of pavement
  • new street trees suitable for Brisbane's subtropical environment
  • tree pruning and replanting of selected garden beds
  • re-painting existing pedestrian lights and bollards
  • the new Sand castle competition artwork located at the corner of Florence Street and Bay Terrace
  • restoration of current artworks in Edith Street and Bay Terrace.

More information

If you would like further information on the Wynnum SCIP renewal, phone the Urban Design Section on 07 3403 8888.

07 August 2017