Oxley Creek Transformation Plan

Oxley Creek Transformation Plan

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Posted on 26.04.2018

OXLEY CREEK: world-class green corridor

Brisbane City Council has committed $100 million for the Oxley Creek Transformation project to transform Oxley Creek into a world-class green lifestyle and leisure destination.

The Draft Master Plan

The Oxley Creek Transformation draft Master Plan includes our core focus, 3 goals, 6 priority projects, 12 strategies and 14 strategic ideas which will guide the future plan to transform this corridor over the next 20 years.

The plan will explore opportunities to improve recreation facilities, tourism and visitors to the area, cultural and heritage, walking and cycling trails, while supporting a clean, green and sustainable environment.

The plan will explore opportunities to improve flood resilience and water quality, restore wildlife habitats, reuse stormwater and other measures that allow the natural environment to thrive.

Have your say

Be part of the conversation on the draft Master Plan and provide your feedback and ideas to help us achieve our vision.

Oxley Creek Transformation values the diversity of skills, views and expertise in the community. Please share your thoughts on this draft Master Plan by attending one of our Stakeholder and Community Engagement events. You can also have your say online.

        

 

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