Bradbury Park improvement project - Kedron
Brisbane City Council is creating more to see and do in a clean and green Brisbane by providing more opportunities for recreation in Bradbury Park, Kedron.
As Chermside and the surrounding areas continue to grow, it is important to ensure that our parks can continue to meet the recreational needs of residents.
Council is pleased to advise the concept plan for upgrades to Bradbury Park has been finalised following community consultation in November and December 2019.
The project is part of Council's commitment to enhance and maintain more than 2100 parks across Brisbane.
|Address||91 Kitchener Road, Kedron|
|Project outcomes||Upgrade and enhance a central section of the park to diversify the recreation opportunities.|
|Latest update||Concept plan now finalised|
About the project
The Bradbury Park improvement project aims to provide the community with more opportunities to enjoy Brisbane's beautiful climate and connect with family and friends in places that make our city great.
Bradbury Park currently provides a hub of active opportunities and is well used by the community for netball, lawn bowls, cricket practice, Girl Guides activities and dog exercise.
Council plans to upgrade a central section of the park to deliver a vibrant, multi-use space that will cater to a broad spectrum of the community.
Community feedback on the draft concept plan was wholly supportive of the proposed park upgrades. In response to this feedback, a basketball half-court will also be included as part of the project.
The final concept plan shows the proposed elements that will be investigated for delivery as part of the next phase of the project. These elements include:
- a large play space nestled amongst existing trees to provide challenging play for older children
- new picnic shelters and seating with electric barbecues
- a new toilet block
- connecting pathways
- a car park upgrade to cater for the increasing patronage to Bradbury Park
- a new basketball half-court.
In addition to these proposed upgrades, Council will begin construction in early 2020 to deliver a nature play area for younger children, new fitness equipment and a looped scooter track in other sections of the park. More information will be provided to the community prior to the commencement of works.
View and/or download the final concept plan:
Community consultation was undertaken in November and December 2019. Thank you to the community for taking the time to provide feedback and helping confirm which features are included in the project.
The concept plan will now move into the design development phase with future investigations and development of the proposed design elements. Construction works are anticipated to commence from 2021, pending future budget allocation.
|November 2019||Consultation on draft concept design|
|Early 2020||Final concept design for main upgrade released. Construction begins to install nature play area, fitness equipment and scooter track.|
|Mid-2020||Complete construction of the nature play area, fitness equipment and scooter track.|
|2021 (pending further budget allocation)||Construction begins on main park improvements|
For more information about this project, you can:
- email the project team
- phone Council on 07 3403 8888 during business hours.