Emmerson Park and the Toowoomba Waterbird Habitat

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We're upgrading Emmerson Park in Flinders Street, Centenary Heights and providing additional improvements to the Toowoomba Waterbird Habitat in Waterbird Drive, Rangeville. The maps below show these park areas (click images to enlarge).

Emmerson Park
Toowoomba Waterbird Habitat


The proposed upgrades are part of Toowoomba Regional Council’s East Creek Corridor District Recreation Park Improvements Project. The project aims to improve park nodes along and near the East Creek Parkland Corridor. Parks nodes may include features such as playgrounds, landscaping, picnic facilities and other recreational and support facilities which encourage people to visit and stay longer at our parks.

The project also considers future parking, accessibility and minor recreational improvements at Lake Annand Park in South Toowoomba and future improvements that may be required to the East Creek corridor in Middle Ridge.

New master plans for these parks were endorsed by Council on 12 August 2020. You can download and view the new master plans below.

Emmerson Park Master PlanToowoomba Waterbird Habitat Master Plan
Lake Annand Master Plan


Note: any proposed future upgrade works will be subject to available capital funding and Council priorities.


Further information

To find out more, please contact Council by calling 131 872 or emailing yoursay@tr.qld.gov.au.

We're upgrading Emmerson Park in Flinders Street, Centenary Heights and providing additional improvements to the Toowoomba Waterbird Habitat in Waterbird Drive, Rangeville. The maps below show these park areas (click images to enlarge).

Emmerson Park
Toowoomba Waterbird Habitat


The proposed upgrades are part of Toowoomba Regional Council’s East Creek Corridor District Recreation Park Improvements Project. The project aims to improve park nodes along and near the East Creek Parkland Corridor. Parks nodes may include features such as playgrounds, landscaping, picnic facilities and other recreational and support facilities which encourage people to visit and stay longer at our parks.

The project also considers future parking, accessibility and minor recreational improvements at Lake Annand Park in South Toowoomba and future improvements that may be required to the East Creek corridor in Middle Ridge.

New master plans for these parks were endorsed by Council on 12 August 2020. You can download and view the new master plans below.

Emmerson Park Master PlanToowoomba Waterbird Habitat Master Plan
Lake Annand Master Plan


Note: any proposed future upgrade works will be subject to available capital funding and Council priorities.


Further information

To find out more, please contact Council by calling 131 872 or emailing yoursay@tr.qld.gov.au.