Cadogan Street Park disc golf course - Carindale
Brisbane City Council is pleased to announce a new disc golf course will be constructed in Cadogan Street Park, Carindale.
This project is part of Council's commitment to creating more to see and do in a clean and green Brisbane, with more opportunities to enjoy Brisbane's beautiful climate and connect with family and friends in the places that make our city great.
|Address||Cadogan Street Park, 199 Meadowlands Road, Carindale|
|Project outcomes||Construct an 18-basket disc golf course in Cadogan Street Park to cater for all ages and encourage active and healthy recreation in the area|
|Latest update||Construction to start in early June 2020, weather and construction conditions permitting|
About the project
Disc golf is a family-friendly activity that is fast growing in popularity in Brisbane and around the world. It can be played by all ages and abilities - all you need is a disc. Players compete by making their way through the course, with the aim of throwing a frisbee-like disc into the target baskets in the fewest number of throws.
The project will involve constructing an 18-hole disc golf course throughout the park. Works will include:
- construction 18 concrete tee-off pads
- installing 18 metal baskets
- installing gameplay signage.
This project is part of Council's commitment to enhancing and maintaining more than 2100 parks across the city.
The project aims to encourage healthy and active lifestyles by providing the community with new facilities to enjoy this all-abilities sport, both for existing players and those who are looking to try new outdoor activities.
Work is expected to begin in the week commencing 8 June 2020, and take approximately two weeks to complete, weather and construction conditions permitting. Works will take place from Monday to Saturday between 7am-5pm.
Some sections of the park will be temporarily unavailable during the construction of the course. Local residents in close proximity to the work area may experience some construction noise and increased dust. There will be increased vehicle movements around the park. Due to workplace health and safety requirements, reversing beepers cannot be turned off. Some tree trimming and weed removal will also be carried out as part of the works.
Every effort will be made to minimise disruption to the local community during this work. Council thanks the community for their patience and understanding while we complete this project.
If you would like to find out more about the project, you can:
- phone Council on 07 3403 8888 during business hours and ask to speak with the project team
- email the project team.