Should you require access to your land for maintenance via a council easement, park or garden, you must first apply for access through the MBRC. Any damage caused to the council park or garden will be your responsibility to repair. Please ensure any contractor you hire is aware of this requirement.
Kakadu Beach deteriorated signage replaced – 28.01.20 Sea Eagle Park refix flagstones – 22.01.20 Eagles Landing replace missing fence caps – 22.01.20 Harbourside Park remove dead tree – 9.01.20 Repair soil erosion into Dux Creek Reserve – 29.01.20 Paint decorative bollards Eagles Landing – 18.02.20 Remove rubbish from greenway – 3.02.20 Remove dead tree in […]
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 2019/2020 budget will cover stages 5, 6, 7, 8 and […]
If your property is on the boundary of a council park, walkway or easement, you may at times believe a tree or garden requires some additional work such as tree trimming or you might have a concern such as tree roots. The correct procedure is to lodge a request with the Moreton Bay Regional Council […]
Infill planting was completed in North Point on 19th May 2020. The areas included were North Point Park, North Point Park South, North Point Park North, North Point Centre gardens and North Point Canal Easement. This stage consisted of 938 plants at the cost to the PHRCA of $7,338.65. There will be establishment […]
Did you know that if you move house you need to update your address in writing to the Professional Manager for the PHRCA? Contribution notices are issued every six months and if you have moved in this time they may go to the incorrect address. Please ensure that Archers Body Corporate have […]
Finally after five months of drought, followed by too much rain, the PHRCA have been able to arrange with Moreton Bay Regional Council for the next stage of infill planting within the estate. The areas included are Whitehaven Shores Park, The Promontory Park North and South. This planting took place on 17th April and […]
Have you wondered what our estate would look like if we didn’t contribute towards the garden maintenance? Here are some pictures taken of some of the areas within Pacific Harbour that are totally maintained by MBRC. Take another look at our estate and we are sure you will see […]
The Moreton Bay Regional Council does not encourage lawn clipping to be added to the community gardens. They can actually fine you for dumping your lawn clippings in these gardens. Lawn clippings often carry weed seeds with them which only makes the job of the garden maintenance crew more difficult and a constant source of […]
Have you seen the new park signs in the estate? Moreton Bay Regional Council recently approved the names of the parks and where applicable the PHRCA are installing the name plaques which match the theme of the estate.
The new Adult Exercise Equipment has been installed at Harbourside Park thanks to Moreton Bay Regional Council. The final planting and clean up of the site is currently taking place. Unfortunately due to the Covid-19 crisis we are unable to use this equipment until further notice.
Dog walkers please remember that the Marina and the vacant land adjacent to it is private property. This does not mean it is a dog off leash area. All dogs must be on leash in all public areas, including Harbourside Park, unless signed otherwise. In private areas it is at the discretion of […]