Ninja course initiative

Brisbane City Council is pleased to announce it is building new ninja courses for Doulton Street Park in Calamvale, Whites Hill Reserve in Camp Hill and Teralba Park in Everton Park.

This initiative is part of Council’s commitment to enhancing and maintaining more than 2100 parks across the city.

Initiative summary

This table includes project information for the Ninja course initiative including address, ward, project outcomes and latest update.
Address Doulton Street Park, Calamvale; Whites Hill Reserve, Camp Hill; Teralba Park, Everton Park
Ward Calamvale (Doulton Street Park); Holland Park (Whites Hill Reserve); McDowall (Teralba Park)
Project outcomes Deliver three new ninja courses for Brisbane
Latest update Project is in draft design stage

About the initiative

Brisbane City Council is creating more to see and do in a city that is clean and green, so you can enjoy Brisbane’s beautiful climate while connecting with the people and places that make our city great.

Based on the successful ninja course in St Lucia’s Guyatt Park, Council is building new ninja courses in Doulton Street Park, Whites Hill Reserve and Teralba Park to create more recreational opportunities for the community.

As Calamvale, Camp Hill, Everton Park and surrounding areas continue to grow, it is important to ensure that our parks continue to meet the recreational needs of residents and visitors, and Council is looking to enhance and diversify the recreational opportunities in these popular green spaces to ensure they cater to a broad spectrum of the community.

Doulton Street Park, Whites Hill Reserve and Teralba Park each currently serve as a hub of active opportunities for groups and individuals within the community, and Council will continue to support these groups and facilities so they can maintain an active presence in the park.

Initiative timing

The ninja course projects are currently in the draft design phase. Council is aiming to have finalised designs for each track in early 2022 and begin construction in mid-2022. Council plans to finish construction on all three tracks by December 2022, weather, supply availability and site conditions permitting.

More information

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Last updated: 19 October 2021