Naming the new Bucasia shared path

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The shared path is in Seaview Park which is about 2.5km long.
Area: Bucasia
Published: July 10, 2018 - Archived Project


The final section of the 2.5km shared path that links Bucasia to Shoal Point is now complete.

Aptly named "The Seaview Trail", the path travels through Bucasia’s popular Seaview Park and can be accessed from eight public entry points.

This path is part of Council’s commitment to improving connectivity around the region.

The path sits just behind the coastal dunes of Bucasia and ShoalPoint beaches and was completed in four stages.

The project is valued at $1.1 million and the last stage was completed under the Queensland Government’s $200 million Works for Queensland program.

Earlier this year Council went to the community to ask for their opinion on the naming of the new trail:

The Seaview Trail at Northern Beaches would follow in the footsteps of the more established recreational and tourist destination, "The Bluewater Trail" on the other side of the Pioneer River.

Naming it The Seaview Trail would assist in developing a trail network across the Mackay region and help promote concepts like walkable communities and active lifestyles.

Please take three seconds to let us know if you like the name The Seaview Trail for this shared path.


Area: Bucasia
Published: July 10, 2018 - Archived Project


The final section of the 2.5km shared path that links Bucasia to Shoal Point is now complete.

Aptly named "The Seaview Trail", the path travels through Bucasia’s popular Seaview Park and can be accessed from eight public entry points.

This path is part of Council’s commitment to improving connectivity around the region.

The path sits just behind the coastal dunes of Bucasia and ShoalPoint beaches and was completed in four stages.

The project is valued at $1.1 million and the last stage was completed under the Queensland Government’s $200 million Works for Queensland program.

Earlier this year Council went to the community to ask for their opinion on the naming of the new trail:

The Seaview Trail at Northern Beaches would follow in the footsteps of the more established recreational and tourist destination, "The Bluewater Trail" on the other side of the Pioneer River.

Naming it The Seaview Trail would assist in developing a trail network across the Mackay region and help promote concepts like walkable communities and active lifestyles.

Please take three seconds to let us know if you like the name The Seaview Trail for this shared path.


The Seaview Trail

Consultation has concluded