Kangaroo Point active travel study

Brisbane City Council is investigating improving active travel options between Captain Burke Park, Kangaroo Point and Mowbray Park, East Brisbane.

Project summary

This table provides information on the project including address, ward, project benefits and latest news.
Address Kangaroo Point between Mowbray Park and Captain Burke Park
Ward Gabba Ward 
Project benefits Expanding our city’s active transport network
Latest news Consultation was completed between 24 October and closed on 21 November 2022.

About the project

We are interested in how, why and when you travel between Captain Burke Park, Kangaroo Point and Mowbray Park in East Brisbane. We are also interested in potential connections to Main Street and Deakin Street where active travel improvements are planned as part of the new Kangaroo Point Green Bridge.

It is important to understand your experiences and potential opportunities for active travel in this area as part of this review.

This review is part of our commitment to expand our city’s active transport network to deliver safe, convenient and connected paths and help to improve active transport options for Brisbane residents, visitors and commuters.

This planning study is an initiative of the Queensland Government.

Have your say

Consultation closed on 21 November 2022.

What we will do with your feedback

Your feedback will play an important part in this study as we seek to understand more about your travel movements through the area and any challenges you face along your route.

Your feedback will be considered alongside our technical inputs as part of our development of potential improvement options.

All feedback provided will remain confidential.

Next steps

The results of this consultation will be finalised and an update provided to the community in 2023. Next stages of the project will be communicated as the project progresses.

Contact us

If you would like to find out more information or ask any questions you can:

  • phone the project team on 1800 669 416 (hotline hours: 8.30am – 4.45pm)
  • phone Council’s Contact Centre on 3403 8888 (24 hours)
  • email the project team.
Last updated: 23 November 2022

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