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Construction Commenced! A New Riverwalk For Brisbane CBD

Being the ‘River City,’ it’s only fitting we have the walk/cycleways to enjoy the spectacular views! 


Major construction works for Brisbane’s newest Riverwalk along the river edge at the City Botanic Gardens have commenced, reports


The City Botanic Gardens Riverwalk will connect the South Bank and the city’s inner north. Currently, a missing link is present between the intersection of Edward and Alice Streets between New Farm and South Bank.


The $21 million new section of the walkway will include bi-directional cycling and pedestrian pathway, a viewing platform and lighting, and will extend 187 metres from the Eagle Street section of the City Reach Boardwalk to the Bunya Walk.


The new Riverwalk is part of Brisbane City Council’s $100 million infrastructure investment for bikeways throughout the city.  


Deputy Mayor, Krista Adams said the new Riverwalk is a great investment for the city. 

“Brisbane is Australia’s River City and we are committed to protecting its lifestyle by building infrastructure for the Brisbane of tomorrow.


“More than 3000 pedestrians and cyclists already use this path every day and many more will be able to make the most of our fantastic river lifestyle with the construction of the city’s newest Riverwalk,” Ms Adams said. 


CEO of Bicycle Queensland, Anne Savage and the cycling community is on board with the shared community space that encourages a healthy and active life.


“Importantly, it will set us up for connectivity with the proposed Kangaroo Point Green Bridge, helping to deliver on the vision to make Brisbane one of the world’s best cities for walking and cycling.


“Vital investments such as this one enable residents and visitors to be fit and active, creating a brighter horizon for community health and wellbeing,” Ms Savage said. 


The City Botanic Gardens Riverwalk is predicted to be open to the public in 2020. 


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