Ray Lynch Park improvement - Holland Park

Brisbane City Council is pleased to announce the release of the concept plan for the Ray Lynch Park improvement project in Holland Park.


This table provides summary information about the Ray Lynch Park improvement project including address, ward, project outcomes and latest update.
AddressRay Lynch Park, between Halsey and Seville streets, Holland Park
WardHolland Park
Project outcomes

To deliver improvements to Ray Lynch Park including:

  • playground equipment for children of all abilities and;
  • outdoor fitness equipment. 
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About the project

Works for Ray Lynch Park include:

  • a new picnic shelter
  • new playground equipment
  • outdoor fitness equipment
  • new accessible paths through the park to allow for easy pedestrian travel.

The park area is located between Halsey Street and Seville Street and borders the Holland Park Library. The current project provides an opportunity to complement the recent library refurbishment work. It also provides a sympathetic renewal of facilities in Ray Lynch Park to position the combined Council assets in this location as an important local community hub.

Project benefits

Th project will deliver a space that:

  • increases accessible green space
  • promotes a sense of community
  • encourages recreational activity in our wonderful subtropical climate.

The Ray Lynch Park improvement project is part of Council's commitment to keeping Brisbane clean and green, making our city liveable and sustainable for future generations.

Project timing

This table provides information about the project timing of the Ray Lynch Park improvement project.
Late 2018Release of the final concept plan.
Mid-2019Construction due to begin.
2019Works due to be completed late-2019, weather permitting.

More information

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Last updated:7 May 2019