Since the closure of the Eagleby Aquatic Centre in July, and the Community Visioning Session in August, Logan City Council have been looking to residents for ideas on what to do with the space.

Eagleby’s Bishop Street Park is shaping to be built as a fun, accessible and family-oriented community space thanks to those residents who have already shared their visions on the project.

While the visioning session was turned into the farce by some, council have advised that some good ideas were collected at the site on August 11.

For those residents wanting to share their ideas, council have opened an online Have Your Say survey to build on the feedback already obtained.

Division 12 Cr Karen Murphy said input from local families was invaluable and would form the basis of a Masterplan for the site.

“The redevelopment of Bishop Street Park is an exciting opportunity for residents in Eagleby,” Cr Murphy said.

“It is not every day you get to help design a new facility for your family and community to enjoy.

“This is our chance to develop something special that will enhance the lifestyles of local people now and for many years to come.

“We want to hear from as many people as possible, so I encourage everyone with an interest in this park to jump online and share their thoughts.”

Some of the ideas shared at the visioning session included:

  • a waterplay area
  • outdoor staging
  • nature-based activities
  • sensory play

Fill Out Survey HERE

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