Victoria Park / Barrambin projects

Brisbane City Council is progressing exciting new projects identified in the Victoria Park Vision​ to create more to see and do in the park sooner. The projects are progressing ahead of the release of the Draft Master Plan later this year and include a new space for outdoor activities and an urban pump track.

Projects underway

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Spring Hill Common

expected delivery late 2023

Spring Hill Common will provide the local community with a relaxed parkland setting and lifestyle destination in Brisbane's inner city. The area will feature tiered stepped seating and a flat outdoor space for active and healthy activities, community gatherings and picnicking. 

Urban pump track

expected delivery mid-2024

Council will deliver a new urban pump track with skateable elements in the Herston corner of the park, adjoining Herston Road. Taking advantage of the park's existing natural topography, the pump track will offer a space for younger children and elements for more advanced riders — creating the perfect day out for the whole family. You can sign up to receive updates and participate during the design phase of the urban pump track.

Park furniture and shelters

Installation commencing late 2022

New park benches, barbeques and picnic tables, shelters, drinking fountains, toilets, bins and bike facilities will be installed at multiple locations at Victoria Park / Barrambin, reflecting the long term unique character of the park.

Council will also upgrade power, water and sewer services to the drinking fountains, toilets, lighting and barbeques.

Project timeline

May-June 2022

Have your say on early projects

completed

Late 2022

Draft Master Plan community consultation.

2022-2024

Implementation of early projects.

Early 2023

Release of the final Master Plan.

2023-2035 and beyond

Implementation of the Master Plan.

Last updated: 20 June 2022

Brisbane City Council acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land and their unique relationship with their ancestral country. We pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of Brisbane, and recognise their strength and wisdom.