The 2018-2019 Lord Mayor's Budget allocated a total of $352,000 towards park upgrades throughout Doboy with a further $321,000 from the Doboy Ward's Footpath & Parks Trust Fund allocated towards upgrades in Thurston Street Park (Tingalpa), Pinnibar Place Park (Hemmant) and Saltburn Place Park (Wakerley).Read More
As your Councillor, I have been working hard to ensure Carina receives a better level of investment in our parks and public spaces.
Prior to the 2016 Council election, I committed to a major upgrade of Billan Street Park within four years.Read More
Prior to the last election, I committed to upgrading parks in the estate off Bognor Road, as many of the parks in this estate have not been upgraded since they were installed in the mid 90s!
Last year we completed a major upgrade of Monterey Circuit Park and installed a new Dog-Off-Leash area in Robinson Park. The situation is improving, but there is still more work to be done.Read More
A new playground is set to be built in Behan Crescent Park in Wakerley. The installation will begin on Monday 2 November 2015, weather permitting.
Council's Annual Budget has allocated $122,000 for these works, which will complete a all parks east of Arenga Street.Read More
Kevin Whitmee Park is set to open to the public on 22 August 2015.
The park is named in honour of Tingalpa local Kevin Whitmee, who is well known in the district for his long standing contribution to Tingalpa State School, the Belmont Tingalpa Lions Club and various charity and philanthropic causes.Read More
The Hemmant community can now enjoy a thriving community leisure facility, following the completion of the third and final stage of work on Bill Benham Park.
Stage three of the remediation project site at the Poppy Street precinct involved removal of weeds, extensive landscaping and installation of parkland facilities.Read More
Doboy Ward Councillor Ryan Murphy is providing more outdoor facilities for residents to enjoy in Doboy Ward, with $139,600 worth of park upgrades completed in November.
Cr Murphy said Council was investing $44.5 million into new and upgraded parks this financial year to provide residents and visitors with attractive parks and recreational facilities.Read More