A new green link and recreational corridor will be created connecting to a regional network of principal cycle ways. The new shared pathway will be 3-4 metres wide and meander through parkland leading to pockets of active and passive recreation nodes.
The concrete pathway will be 780 metres in length and will feature pavement, boardwalk and retaining walls. There will also be new shade structures, bench seats, bins, lighting and a new bridge connecting both sides of the creek.
The project will cost 3.2 million and includes a contribution of $827,000 from the Queensland State Government Cycle Network Local Government grant. It is anticipated the project will be completed by March 2020.