Bill Brown Reserve sports park extension
Council will deliver the Bill Brown Reserve sports park extension in the eastern section of the Bill Brown Sports Reserve on Telegraph Road in Fitzgibbon (near the Denham Street intersection).
This new facility will further enhance this vibrant and growing precinct, which is home to the Bramble Bay Pony Club, Emily Seebohm Aquatic Centre, a skate park, Animal Welfare League Qld and the recently completed BMX facility.
Eastern section of the Bill Brown Sports Reserve.
Located adjacent to Telegraph Road, Fitzgibbon, near the Denham Street intersection.
|Project outcomes||To provide sporting facilities for the wider Fitzgibbon and Bracken Ridge communities.|
Construction anticipated to start in mid-2019.
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About the project
The Bill Brown Reserve sports park extension delivers on outcomes from the Fitzgibbon Parklands Masterplan and will provide sporting facilities for the wider Fitzgibbon and Bracken Ridge communities.
Council’s plan for the project includes:
- four hard courts (with lighting) for netball
- new green open space for recreation
- new roundabout and connecting pathways to adjoining facilities
- a car park with a minimum of 80 parking spaces, including disability access
- general landscaping.
The project includes earthworks to remediate the former landfill, and the relocation of the Bramble Bay Pony Club to the hill to the north of the Hidden World Playground.
This project forms part of a city wide park infrastructure planning program to meet sport and recreational needs of the community. Additional sports facilities may be added in the future, subject to funding availability. This $7 million extension project is funded from development infrastructure contributions collected across the city.
The Bill Brown Reserve sports park extension will provide increased sporting and active space facilities for the Fitzgibbon and Bracken Ridge area.
Council is progressing the design for the project with construction and remediation works anticipated to start in mid-2019, weather and site conditions permitting.
Council is committed to keeping local residents informed of construction activity in their area and will provide advance notification prior to the start of construction for the project.
If you would like to provide comments, ask questions or find out more about the Bill Brown Reserve sports park extension project you can:
- phone the project team on 1800 669 416 during business hours
- phone Council on 07 3403 8888 outside of business hours
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- write to:
Bill Brown Reserve sports park project team
City Projects Office, Brisbane City Council
GPO Box 1434
Brisbane Qld 4011.