Cubberla Creek Reserve Draft Sport and Recreation Precinct Plan — Chapel Hill

Brisbane City Council has been developing a strategic plan for the Cubberla Creek Reserve Sport and Recreation Precinct. The precinct services parts of Chapel Hill, Kenmore and Indooroopilly and is home to six sporting clubs and the Cubberla-Witton Catchment Group. The precinct plays an important role in providing more opportunities to enjoy Brisbane's climate and to connect with family and friends.

Council would like to thank all sporting clubs, residents and community members who have had their say about planning for the future of this well loved and used precinct. We acknowledge and appreciate your feedback, perspectives, and comments to understand usage and ideas for a precinct vision.

Unfortunately, the Severe Weather Event in February 2022 has had a significant impact on community facilities across Brisbane, including the Cubberla Creek Reserve Precinct, with many sport and community organisations experiencing damage to their facilities along with damage to Council’s park infrastructure. Council is working hard to get Council services, facilities, and events back to business as usual. This will require significant investment in the months and years ahead. As a result, further works on the Cubberla Creek Reserve Sport and Recreation Draft Precinct Plan will not continue.

Council will continue to work with the local community, residents, park users, sporting groups and community organisations and the work undertaken to date will help inform future development decisions regarding the precinct.

Project summary

This table includes project summary information for the Cubberla Creek Reserve Draft Sport and Recreation Precinct.
Address Chapel Hill, bounded by Burns Parade, Hepworth Street and Fig Tree Pocket Road
Ward Pullenvale
Latest update

Due to the severe flood event further works on the Cubberla Creek Reserve Sport and Recreation Draft Precinct Plan will not continue.

More information

If you would like to find out more about the project, phone Council on 07 3403 8888.

Last updated: 30 June 2022
Topics: chapel hill

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