Temporary closure for heritage park and bike trail

Published 11:00am 18 February 2022

Temporary closure for heritage park and bike trail
Words by Jodie Powell

The North Harbour Heritage Park and Mountain Bike Trail will close from March 1 when work starts on the precinct’s second access road and bridge.
The bridge construction will extend the existing Moreton Bay Boulevard over Raff Creek, in the location of the current access point for Heritage Park.

While construction is in progress, park access will be temporarily prohibited to ensure public safety.

Better access

The road is scheduled to be completed in early 2023, but access to the Heritage Park is predicted to be affected for around six months.

North Harbour project director Bryan Finney said the bridge would improve access for the North Harbour community and to the Heritage Park and Mountain Bike Trail.

“Whilst we understand that this temporary access closure will cause some disappointment for our residents and others who use the park regularly, we hope that everyone will understand the need to prioritise public safety and a safe worksite for our contractors.”

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