Meadowlands Connectivity Pathway

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Mackay Regional Council is excited to announce the addition of a pathway from the Meadowlands Amphitheatre to Alexandra Street.

The construction of the Meadowlands Connectivity Pathway will connect the existing pathway through the Botanic Gardens to the amphitheatre, providing a safer route for pedestrians and removing any need to walk along the roadway.

The project will see the construction of approximately 700 linear meters of shared pathway to create a fully connected pathway system around the Botanic Gardens.

The continued development of the Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens aims to ensure the gardens remains as one of the leading Regional Botanic Gardens in Australia, the premier open space facility in the region and major tourism draw-card. With a large Ozcare facility due for imminent development just off Alexandra Street, it is expected that residents from this facility will access the Botanic Gardens on a regular basis.

Construction began in late-August and will continue until late-September, weather permitting. Works will take place between 6.30am and 6.30pm, Monday-Friday.

The Meadowlands Connectivity Pathway has been funded by the Queensland Government's Works for Queensland program.


Mackay Regional Council is excited to announce the addition of a pathway from the Meadowlands Amphitheatre to Alexandra Street.

The construction of the Meadowlands Connectivity Pathway will connect the existing pathway through the Botanic Gardens to the amphitheatre, providing a safer route for pedestrians and removing any need to walk along the roadway.

The project will see the construction of approximately 700 linear meters of shared pathway to create a fully connected pathway system around the Botanic Gardens.

The continued development of the Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens aims to ensure the gardens remains as one of the leading Regional Botanic Gardens in Australia, the premier open space facility in the region and major tourism draw-card. With a large Ozcare facility due for imminent development just off Alexandra Street, it is expected that residents from this facility will access the Botanic Gardens on a regular basis.

Construction began in late-August and will continue until late-September, weather permitting. Works will take place between 6.30am and 6.30pm, Monday-Friday.

The Meadowlands Connectivity Pathway has been funded by the Queensland Government's Works for Queensland program.