Works - Mary Kathleen Park

Works scheduled for Mary Kathleen Park 

Infrastructure for Cloncurry locals and Tourism
Cloncurry Shire Council has begun upgrading the access road and car park of the Cloncurry Tourist
Information Center at Mary Kathleen Park. $250,000 of funding was successfully secured from the
Queensland Government’s Transport and Tourism Connections (TTC) Program. The scope of works
includes improved drainage, pedestrian footpaths, kerb & channel and the upgrade of services such
as water, irrigation, lighting and a new BBQ area.
Cloncurry Mayor Greg Campbell said, “sealing the access road and car park will have benefits to
both tourism and the community. It’s not just tourists who visit Mark K Park; locals visit every
day to enjoy the playground, admire our machinery and gardens, exercise and much more. I’m looking
forward to more investment by the State and Federal Governments to help us showcase everything
Cloncurry has to offer to both tourists and our locals”.
Council aims to have the project completed by June 30.
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Media contact
Luke Chaplain
Media and Public Relations Officer Cloncurry Shire Council
Ph 07 4742 4100

Published: 22nd May 2020