Category : Local Parks

New Cycle & Walkway

Posted on July 27th, 2015
Work has commenced on a new cycle/ walkway which will connect Sparkes Hill through to Stafford City creating a much need link for those who want to access the Kedron Brook cycleway.

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Free Wi-Fi in Parks

Posted on July 2nd, 2015
Brisbane City Council is now offering free wireless internet (Wi-Fi) access within the surrounds of some of the city’s most popular parks. Wi-Fi access is available in hotspot areas in 22 parks and public spaces across the city.

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Council begins remediation of Chermside West park

Posted on July 13th, 2013
Brisbane City Council will begin remediation works in John Goss Reserve in Chermside West next week, ensuring the area is safe for year-round use.

Local Councillor Norm Wyndham (McDowall Ward) said the works were part of his commitment to ensure former closed landfill sites were turned into safe and usable community assets for Brisbane residents.

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Playground Upgrade for Teralba Park

Posted on December 6th, 2012
Council has recently installed new playground equipment, due for completion early December, in Everton Park’s Teralba Park, making it even more attractive for local families. The location of the refurbished playground is shown on a map that you can see by downloading the file above.

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Free Wi-Fi in Parks

Posted on September 2nd, 2012
Brisbane City Council is now offering free wireless internet (Wi-Fi) access within the surrounds of some of the city’s most popular parks. Wi-Fi access is available in hotspot areas in 22 parks and public spaces across the city.

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Dog Park Upgrades

Posted on September 2nd, 2012
Recent upgrades to our dog parks have seen many happy owners and pets.

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Playground Upgrade at Flametree Street Park, Bridgeman Downs

Posted on February 21st, 2012

As part of Council’s continuous improvements to local parks the playground at Flametree Street Park has had a significant upgrade.