Anstead Bushland Reserves Concept Plan Project

Anstead Bushland Reserves Concept Plan Project

Future recreation opportunities and visitor facilities

Posted on 06.05.2021

Brisbane City Council is creating more to see and do in a city that is clean and green, so you can enjoy Brisbane’s beautiful climate while connecting with the people and places that make our city great.

As Australia’s most biodiverse capital city, Council is committed to protecting, managing and enhancing Brisbane’s biodiversity values. As part of this commitment, Council is developing a high-level concept plan for a diverse range of nature-based recreation activities and facilities within the Anstead Bushland Reserves.

The concept plan will identify low impact outdoor locations for future recreation opportunities and visitor facilities and will demonstrate how the reserve values will be protected and enhanced for the long-term. The planning priorities for Council natural areas is nature conservation, followed by the provision of outdoor recreation opportunities.

Have Your Say

Council is seeking community input to inform the planning for future conservation outcomes and recreation opportunities and facilities in these bushland reserves. You are invited to give feedback by completing the online survey by Sunday 6 June 2021. We encourage you to pass on this link to your interested members or others to complete.

This feedback will help decide which features are included in the final concept plan, which is expected to be released in late-2021.

For more information please visit the project webpage, email parks@brisbane.qld.gov.au or call Council’s 24-hour Contact Centre on 3403 8888.

 

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