New BMX Precinct on Track For a Bright Future

An aerial view concept plan of the finished BMX track

Although the inclement weather has slowed down construction, the new BMX Precinct at Nolan Park, Kenworth Place, Brendale is tracking along nicely.

Upon completion, this $3.7 million project will be the new home for the Pine Rivers BMX Club, who are currently located at England Park, Brendale. 

Partly funded by Queensland Government’s Unite and Recover Community Stimulus Package, the project will not just have a national grade competition BMX track but, also a new clubhouse, lights for nighttime games, ample seating for spectators, and parking spaces for guests.

With the new state-of-the-art BMX facilities on place, this new facility will meet the long term needs of the club and create the opportunity to host regional, state and national standard competitions creating further economic flow-on effects in the local economy.

With the placement of top course material (that forms the track) almost complete, carparks in place and clubhouse constructed, it won’t be long before our local BMX’ers can enjoy the track.

For more information and to track progress of the project, visit www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/Services/Projects/Parks/Nolan-Park-Brendale

Construction is well underway for the new BMX precinct

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