Bretts Wharf Riverwalk maintenance works - Hamilton
Brisbane City Council undertook works to improve the safety and extend the life of the Bretts Wharf Riverwalk. This structure was rehabilitated as part of Council's Boardwalk Rehabilitation Program.
|Address||Bretts Wharf Riverwalk, Hamilton|
|Project outcome||Renew and enhance the riverwalk and improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists|
|Latest news||Construction complete|
About the project
Bretts Wharf Riverwalk is a pedestrian and bicycle, concrete, shared path suspended over the north bank of the Brisbane River at Hamilton. The structure is 210 metres long and 4.8 metres wide and runs east from Bretts Wharf ferry terminal.
During regular maintenance inspections, Council identified that a section of the riverwalk, adjacent to Bretts Wharf Apartments, required work to enhance the life of the structure and ensure that it remains safe and serviceable, without restrictions, for the benefit of users.
The Bretts Wharf Riverwalk rehabilitation project is part of Council's Boardwalk Rehabilitation Program. This project is part of Council's commitment to improving quality of life for residents while ensuring our city has the services and infrastructure to meet the needs of future generations.
To improve the safety and life of Bretts Wharf Riverwalk, Council stabilised the river bank and piles that support the riverwalk.
- installing a rock armour seawall
- injecting cement stabilised fill and sand into the void under the deck
- minor repairs and replacement of the corroded under-deck reinforcements (where required).
If you would like to find out more about the Bretts Wharf Riverwalk rehabilitation project, you can:
- phone the project team on 1800 669 416 during business hours
- phone Council on 07 3403 8888 outside of business hours
- email the project team
- write to:
Bretts Wharf Riverwalk rehabilitation
City Projects Office
Brisbane City Council
GPO Box 1434
Brisbane Qld 4001.