The precinct is located in Acacia Ridge and is home to five sporting clubs.
Brisbane City Council is committed to growing the lifestyle of our communities by offering a range of facilities and venues to enable people of all abilities to participate in recreational activities.
Council develops sport and recreation precinct plans, in consultation with Council's community facility tenants and community users, to ensure the optimal use of valuable community facilities and to inform the future investment, development and management of these sites.
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Sport and recreation precinct planning is currently underway for:
Sport and recreation planning for Enoggera Memorial Park and Keperra Picnic Ground Park is now complete.
|Project outcomes||Comprehensive long-term plans that guide investment, development and management of these precincts by Council and the community.|
Cubberla Creek Reserve
Enoggera Creek Sport and Recreation Precinct
Enoggera Memorial Park
Keperra Picnic Ground Park
Mortimer Road Park
Specialist consultants have been engaged to provide sport and recreation expertise and undertake consultation with Council’s community facility tenants and community users in the preparation of these plans.
Consultation assists Council’s community facility tenants to understand the differing demands on these sites and provide an opportunity to promote their own development needs.
The plans include recommendations for the development and management of the sport and recreation precincts in the short, medium and long-term.
These recommendations do not commit Council or tenants to their implementation; however, the plans do support Council and the community to seek grant funding and other investment opportunities.
The objectives of these sport and recreation precinct plans are to:
Council is currently undertaking precinct planning at three sport and recreation precincts.
Concept plans for Enoggera Memorial Park and Keperra Picnic Ground Park have been finalised.
Download the final concept plan in your preferred format for:
Council has commenced early planning for a new district sports park at Honeyeater Street in Upper Kedron. Updates for this new district sports park will be available in late 2020.
For more information about sport and recreation precinct planning, you can: