New Farm Riverwalk Replacement Project

By Haesley Cush

The New Farm Riverwalk is one of Brisbane City Council’s key connections between New Farm and the city centre. The floating walkway was originally constructed in 2003 and used by over 3,000 cyclists, pedestrians and runners daily. The January 2011 floods caused extensive damage to the structure, causing a section to wash away downstream. Council is committed to rebuilding this popular piece of infrastructure. To view the full Brisbane City Council article, click here.

Brisbane City Council Riverwalk Replacement – Design Concept B

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