It is fantastic to see the new playground and fitness area at Sea Eagle Park are looking like they nestle into the park and have been there from the start – only newer looking. These items offer great views of the canal while playing and exercising. We hope all the residents enjoy using the new […]
Moreton Bay Regional Council are installing a few improvements in our area which have been requested by the PHRCA. These should all be installed and ready for use by 30th June 2021. Kakadu Beach Park is getting a water bubbler as requested by residents. Sunset Park is getting a set of Wave Chairs for […]
You may have noticed that Moreton Bay Regional Council have started the process to install the final stage of Harbourside Park which consists of a low profile ocean theme dome climbing frame plus some other intergenerational equipment for the residents to enjoy. Additional screening plants will also be provided in the area of the […]
The PHRCA estate has had a continuous infill planting project in place since 2015. Planting is in partnership with Moreton Bay Regional Council and is pending weather conditions and budget. The agreement is that the PHRCA pay MBRC $7.50 per plant which covers the purchase of the plant, labour to plant and mulch and six […]
The PHRCA funded installation of playground and exercise equipment at Sea Eagle Park commenced in March 2021. The estimated cost of the project is approximately $150,000.00. The temporary fencing was removed and 15th April ready for use by the community.
Infill planting commenced for stage 1 of the continuous planting project on 11th March 2021 in Kakadu. The gardens in this stage cover Kakadu streetscapes including walkways, verge gardens and the entry area of the main carpark. This consisted of 799 plants at the cost to the PHRCA of $5,992.50. Establishment watering will take […]
Further to the planting completed in early December 2020, these areas have now also been mulched to complete the task.
Infill planting was completed for stage 11, 12 & 13 of the continuous planting project on 2nd December 2020. The gardens in these stages cover Dux Creek Park, Sandpiper Shores Park, Pectoral Place and Whitehaven Place and four walkways into Dux Creek Reserve. This consisted of 571 plants at the cost to the PHRCA […]
Moreton Bay Regional Council have completed the 2020 mulching allocation which included the streetscapes in the precincts of Kakadu, Osprey Island and Dolphin Cove.
Infill planting and mulching was completed for stage 10 of the continuous planting project on 2nd October 2020. The gardens in this stage cover The Peninsula, The Landing, Peninsula View Park, Osprey View Park and The Peninsula Park West. This stage consisted of 1202 plants at the cost to the PHRCA of $9,015.00. […]
The PHRCA received some exciting news! The Queensland Government has offered some Covid relief money to MBRC to apply to the region. The PHRCA has been granted funding to improve the facilities in Harbourside Park. In addition we are looking at a small amount of playground and exercise equipment to be installed in Sea Eagle Park. […]
Did you know that there is now a PHRCA Members Facebook Group to help the community engage with each other? This Facebook group has been established to assist in providing open channels of communication at all levels between residents, resident’s consultative committees, our professional manager and the management committee. Click on the link to join […]