- Last updated:
- 28 Oct 2016
The Nambour Central Park Open Space Master Plan aims to guide development along Petrie Creek and includes the Nambour District Skate Park and Youth Activity Precinct (YAP). The first and second stages are now complete.
The redevelopment and extension to Quota Park:
- encourage increased use of the park
- improve the look and feel
- provides the community with a new skate park, war memorial and youth activity elements.
The precinct benefits Nambour and the hinterland region.
The thrid stage of Nambour Youth Activity Precinct is currently under construction and will be complete in July 2016.
Key features in this stage include youth activity elements, shade trees, lighting, pathways, featured landscaping and extra seating.
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The skate park and the Heroes Walk are now open to the public.
The final stage of the youth activity precinct will be completed for the "Nambour Together" festival on 31 July 2016.
The concept plans for this project were developed in 2013:
This new work will increase the open space in Quota Park by 1800m2. It also significantly improves the sporting and leisure facilities of the area.
The skate park is the only district level, urban street style skate plaza and multi-use precinct on the Sunshine Coast.
In 2010 council approved the Sunshine Coast Skate and BMX Plan 2011-2020. This plan was based on audits and assessments of existing facilities. Priorities were to:
- upgrade the Nambour skate facility
- investigate more suitable and safer site locations.
Council evaluated 12 potential sites across Nambour. Only two options met the criteria for a district level facility. Council selected Quota Park at the corner of Ann and Mathew streets in early January 2013.
For more information, contact the project officer via council’s customer service centre.
- Youth Activity Precinct Community Engagement
- Sunshine Coast Skate and BMX Plan
- Nambour Central Park Open Space Master Plan