Kingsford Smith Drive Upgrade: Riverwalk, Cameron Rocks Reserve to Open With a Family Event

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Two sites of the Kingsford Smith Drive Upgrade have finally been completed. To celebrate this progress, the Council is hosting a Community Open Day at the improved Cameron Rocks Reserve and the new Riverwalk.

Happening on Saturday, the 22nd of June 2019, the free event for the whole family will run from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Explore this reinvigorated public place with a guided tour from the Nundah Historical Society. Meet the artist Kenji Uranishi whose art beacons, dubbed the “Magnificent Flying Machines,” decorate the Cameron Rocks Reserve.

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A series of Pilates class, on the other hand, will be underway at the park next to the mini-golf area. Kiosks will also be installed for these community groups below, as well as the members of the Kingsford Smith Drive Upgrade if want to know more about this project.

  • Cycling Brisbane
  • Heart Foundation
  • Nundah Historical Society
  • Racecourse Road Business Group
  • Zonta International

Food and drinks stalls, an arts and crafts area and a fishing section should keep families busy.

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A limited but secure car park will be open on Yulestar Street. However, visitors are enjoined to cycle, walk or take public transport to the event.

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The Kingsford Smith Drive Upgrade aims to ease traffic congestion and improve the road conditions in one of Brisbane’s busiest traffic network. The project covers Toorak Road (Hamilton), Racecourse Road (Ascot), Theodore Street (Eagle Farm), Cooksley Street (Hamilton), and Breakfast Creek Road (Albion).

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