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

Brisbane City Council is 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.

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
Project outcomes Guide future investment, development and management of this sport and recreation precinct
Latest update

Next steps - Council is preparing a revised plan for community consultation in early 2021

About the project

Council undertakes a regular program of planning Council's sport and recreation precincts. The intent of the Cubberla Creek Reserve Draft Sport and Recreation Precinct Plan is to facilitate the ongoing vibrancy and future sustainability of the reserve for residents, users of the space and visitors to enjoy now and in the future.

Existing clubhouse facilities at Cubberla Creek are ageing and do not meet the current demand for sport and recreation facilities (e.g. do not adequately support female participation). The draft precinct plan aims to investigate the consolidation of clubhouse facilities to encourage collaboration and creative approaches to improve function, maintenance and management.

Project benefits

The Cubberla Creek Reserve Sport and Recreation Precinct will deliver a space that:

  • protects the natural habitat and greenspace to create more opportunities for residents to enjoy Brisbane's beautiful climate and connect with friends and families
  • enhances accessibility to the precinct and sporting facilities through the improved configuration of existing car parking capacity
  • addresses the increased demand for informal recreation and physical activities for the purpose of health and fitness
  • enables future planning to ensure flood resilience in the local area
  • investigates the consolidation of clubhouse facilities to encourage collaboration and creative approaches to improve function, maintenance and management.

Community engagement - have your say

Following the initial engagement phase in 2018, Council sought community feedback on a draft precinct plan for the Cubberla Creek Sport and Recreation Precinct in late 2019. This feedback has been incorporated into the subsequent technical studies undertaken between September-December 2020.

In late 2020, Council met with individual sporting clubs and Cubberla-Witton Creek Catchment Group to reconfirm their future needs and aspirations. 

Next steps

Upon completion of the technical studies, a revised draft precinct plan will be prepared and subsequently released for community consultation in early 2021.

The final precinct plan is due for public release in mid-2021. Implementation of the precinct plan will be dependent on the available budget and will require ongoing collaboration between the Council, residents and clubs, and their users and visitors.

More information

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

Last updated: 21 January 2021
Topics: chapel hill