Your chance to have a say on park developments

GLADSTONE Regional Council is seeking community feedback on plans to upgrade facilities at four public parks.

Council has allocated funding for stage one of new park projects at Lions Park in Gladstone, the Many Peaks Railway Dam, Frank and Francie Hart Park at South End, and the Flat Rock Picnic Grounds at Baffle Creek.

It also has developed an initial plan for upgrade projects are each park, and would like to hear what residents think.

Parks and recreation portfolio spokesman Graham McDonald said the council could consider a half basketball court, pump track and new barbecue pavilion at Lions Park, while at Flat Rock the proposed development could include a new playground, boat launching facility and upgraded access for cars and trailers.

"The initials plans for Many Peaks Railway Dam include a new car park and formalised lawn area, with future considerations for a new picnic area and timber dam wall viewing deck," he said.

Stage one of the proposed upgrade at South End features static fitness stations and safety fencing.

Feedback forms are available at council administration centres and libraries, or can be completed online at

Consultation closes on Friday, August 31.

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