Parklands Development

The City of Gold Coast and the Queensland Government have proposed a partnership to reclaim a further three hectares of new parklands ahead of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Stage three of the Broadwater Parklands will see additional land reclaimed north of the new Gold Coast Aquatic Centre and to the east of the Broadwater Tourist Park.

Although the project was initially forecast to commence in mid 2014, it has been delayed.  A start date for the project is not currently known, however the project is not expected to commence until at least early 2015,  after the 2014/15 Christmas School Holidays. 

The project is expected to take approximately 10 months in total.

As soon as more information on a start date is known we will post a blog on our website and post the information on our facebook page.

While the project team will be working to minimise disruption for park users during the construction phase, workplace health and safety regulations require temporary perimeter fencing to be in place on the eastern and southern boundaries of the tourist park for the duration of the project.   The fencing will be erected between the park and the work zone and prevent access to the water and foreshore on the Eastern side of the park. There will be noParklands impact to the northern (Loders Creek) side of the park.

Future tourist park visitors will benefit from a new four lane regional boat ramp facility with trailer parking, public pontoons, foreshore pathways, new parklands space, and easy access to the fantastic Broadwater.

The Broadwater Tourist Park would like to thank you for your patience during this time of transition as we look forward to the creation of new world class parklands right on our doorstep.






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