Enoggera Creek Sport and Recreation Precinct Plan

Brisbane City Council is developing a strategic plan for the Enoggera Creek sport and recreation precinct. The precinct includes parts of Windsor, Wilston and Newmarket and is home to 10 informal and sporting parks and 15 sporting and communities organisations. The precinct plays an important role in providing more opportunities to enjoy Brisbane's climate and to connect with family and friends.


This table provides summary information about the Enoggera Creek sport and recreation precinct plan including address, ward, project outcomes and latest update.
Address The Enoggera Creek sport and recreation precinct includes sport and recreation parks between Lutwyche and Enoggera Roads, stretching along the suburbs of Windsor, Wilston and Newmarket.
Ward Enoggera and Central
Project outcomes Guide future investment, development and management of this sport and recreation precinct and a new sports and community park in Windsor.
Latest update

Community engagement is now closed on the concept plan for the new Windsor Sports and Community Park. Delivery of the new park is due for completion in 2020. View the plan in your preferred format.

About the project

The Enoggera Creek sport and recreation precinct is a valuable active green space in a growing city that offers many active and healthy outcomes to the community. 

Future planning will help ensure the ongoing vibrancy and sustainability of the precinct for sport and recreation participants, local residents, businesses and visitors. It will also manage amenity for people living in the suburbs surrounding these parks.

The precinct plan will guide future investment, development and management of this popular sport and recreation destination.

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Windsor Sports and Community Park 

The plan includes the design of a new sports and community park along Northey Street in Windsor. Council acknowledges feedback received from the community to finalise the concept plan for the park which is due for completion in 2020. View the concept plan in your preferred format:

Visit the Windsor Sports and Community Park page for further project-related information and remediation activities happening at the site.

Council, with funding from the Australian Government's Grants Programme, is committed to the long term plan for residents to enjoy Brisbane's beautiful climate and connect with family and friends.

Project benefits

The Enoggera Creek sport and recreation precinct will deliver a space that:

  • achieves better traffic management to minimise vehicle impacts for pedestrians, cyclists and park users
  • rethinks how we build resilient parks that respond to floodwater impacts
  • aims to achieve pedestrian-friendly environments with safe linkages throughout the precinct
  • protects the natural habitat whilst investing in new places to relax and enjoy
  • engages with residents and community groups to develop synergies and social opportunities for all ages
  • promotes next generation thinking in shaping sustainable recreation and sporting facilities for a healthier urban precinct.

Community engagement 

Council conducted preliminary community engagement between 18 October and 2 December 2018. This engagement was the first step in gathering insights on how the precinct is valued and currently used by the community. Key values from the preliminary feedback received included: 

  • cycle and walking paths
  • Enoggera Creek
  • greenspace
  • Northey Street City Farm
  • sports diversity.

Next steps

Council is currently investigating funding opportunities to support the implementation of the potential concepts which will form part of the draft plan. Following this, Council will be able to release the draft plan for feedback from local residents and sporting clubs in the precinct.

Consultation on the draft plan and finalisation of the plan will occur in 2020.

More information

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

Last updated: 21 December 2020
Topics: wilston