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 following is the staged approach planting schedule and is subject to weather constraints. The 2020/2021 budget will cover stages 10, 11, 12 and 13. […]
Come down to Harbourside Park on Sunday 7th July 2019 and bring the children or grandchildren to enjoy the opening of the new park and playground. See attached flyer for more details: Harbourside Park Opening Invitation
The seating, bike racks, bins and BBQ have been installed. Unfortunately there has been a hiccup with Unity Water and the amenities have now been delayed until January 2019. The walkways have been opened so that the public can walk along the pathways. However, we ask that you please be mindful that […]
There has been some delays in finishing the connection bridges. These should now be opened by the end of October. Amenities and playground equipment is expected to be installed in November. We will update as the information is available. Shelter
Planting has commenced within the park and the turf is on it’s way ! Most of the turf should be down before 14th September.
Osprey Island infill planting commenced on Thursday 23rd August with 3490 plants going into Eagles Landing between Sunderland Drive and Seaeagle Place. This will be followed by six weeks of twice-a-week watering by council to hopefully keep them all alive. All planted areas will be mulched on 18th September. Cost $26,175.00 The […]
450 Great Balls of Fire which were on back order have finally arrived and were planted on 1st May 2018 to complete those gaps Marina Boulevard.
The first stage of works, which constitutes the development approval works required of the developer (QM) is due to commence around 12th March 2018. Any queries in relation to this stage of works should be directed to QM. The joint venture works and drawings attached for the Harbourside Park (MBRC/ PHRCA/QM) have been scoped based […]
Some of our members are already ‘oyster gardeners´ and may be aware of the OzFish Unlimited program, but for those of you who are not yet aware, OzFish Unlimited are bringing their habitat restoration efforts to Queensland and they are very keen to become involved in the oyster reef restoration project work that is currently […]
Kakadu Residents will be delighted that infill planting of the corner and easement gardens took place Tuesday 14th November 2017. MBRC will water twice a week for six weeks to get these new plants established. However if you are willing to help with a little extra water, it will only assist the gardens to look […]
You may have noticed that some of the estate walls were being cleaned and repainted. About 40 of the worst walls have been selected to received a revamp. If your property is on the boundary of any of these walls, you will have received a notice in your letterbox to let you know […]
September saw the planting continue along Marina Boulevard between Seaside Drive and Harbour Promenade with 2000 plants infill planted as a joint project between the PHRCA and the MBRC. End of life plants and any odd species have been removed and will be replaced with block plantings of single species where practical. Council […]