Southern Queensland Land Rehabilitation Group

Presentations, Dinner and Field Day

The SQLRG workshop was hosted on the 5th of September at Hanlon Park. The day included demonstrations and presentations talking about all things CREEKS!!! 

05/09/23 – A day of networking and presentations followed by a field tour.

Speakers included:

  • Alan Hoban from Bligh Tanner – Hanlon Park
  • Tract Landscape Architects
  • Mark Gibson from Brisbane City Council and Stormwater QLD
  • Luke Brown from Fulton Hogan – Cannery Creek project
  • Vanessa Gorecki from WSP 

We then headed to Hanlon Park /Bur’uda which is a large, open green space in the heart of Stones Corner that has been revitalised by removing the concrete drain and returning Norman Creek to a natural waterway through the park.

The park has been transformed into an attractive and versatile public space that supports the growing Stones Corner Precinct – creating a vibrant urban oasis with more to see and do.

A new nature-themed play area located off Lincoln Street, close to the Stones Corner Community Kindergarten provides natural play opportunities for children aged 0-12 years, including sliding and climbing equipment, sand play and swings, as well as shelter and seating areas for the community.

CLICK HERE to view the full agenda for the day.

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