The draft Master Plan
The Oxley Creek Transformation draft Master Plan is the first major milestone and the start of our journey to realise the vision for the Oxley Creek corridor.
The draft Master Plan is a comprehensive long-term plan that will guide our ambitions and the creation of the future parkland, including outcomes such as new leisure and sport-based recreation activities, economic hubs, tourism, cultural heritage interpretation, environmental education and connections for people and wildlife.
The draft Master Plan explores opportunities to improve flood resilience and water quality, restore wildlife habitats, reuse stormwater and other measures that allow the natural environment to thrive.
The future Oxley Creek Transformation parkland runs from the Brisbane River at Tennyson to Larapinta, passing through the suburbs of Graceville, Sherwood, Rocklea, Corinda, Oxley, Archerfield, Willawong, Acacia Ridge, Pallara and Heathwood.
The draft Master Plan has been released and is open for feedback until Sunday 27 May 2018.
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Achieving the Lord Mayor's vision for the Oxley Creek corridor will take the combined efforts of government, the private sector and the community. You can help shape Brisbane’s newest citywide destination by providing feedback on the draft Master Plan. Find out how you can Have your say.