- Last updated:
- 29 Aug 2019
The Grahame Stewart Park Landscape Plan was adopted at council's Ordinary Meeting on 18 June 2015.
The landscape plan for Grahame Stewart Park allows council to better plan the park's development, ensuring future improvements suit the long term vision for the park. The landscape plan shows what the park should look like and how it should function in the future.
Key features of the Grahame Stewart Park Landscape Plan include:
- improved facilities for dog off leash users
- development of an all abilities play space including car parking, amenities, play elements and improved access for pedestrians.
View the Grahame Stewart Park Landscape Plan
Where to from here
Council has completed work since the adoption of the Grahame Stewart Park Landscape Plan. Additional funding for more park improvements will be sought over the coming years. The adoption of the landscape plan provides council with a sound base to lobby the state and federal governments for funding to help with future work in the park.
Grahame Stewart Park provides open space for recreation activities, which benefits the community’s wellbeing. It plays an important role in the lives of local residents and council is committed to ensuring its future is adequately balanced.
Completed work at the park includes:
- accessible car parking
- a new shelter with electric BBQ and park furniture
- installation of a flying fox
- basketball court resurfacing
- fencing to fully enclose the all abilities area
- equipment replacement in the junior play area and
- other minor improvements such as additional furniture and drainage.
No further work is scheduled at this point.
Grahame Stewart Park is a 3.5 hectare district level park located in Currimundi, bounded by Currimundi Road, Ilya Street, Croydon Avenue and Farlow Street. The park is widely used by the local community and visitors for a variety of recreation pursuits including cricket, dog walking, picnics, children’s play, parties and learning to ride. The Caloundra Cricket Club use the cricket field between September and April each year. Approximately 0.4 hectares is leased to the Currimundi Sports Association.
During the 2014/2015 financial year council made a number of improvements to Grahame Stewart Park, the landscape plan was developed, and community consultation was carried out.
For more information contact council.