Thiess Park

We're planning to upgrade Thiess Park in Luck Street, Darling Heights. Thiess Park incorporates Thiess Park north (Robindale Drive / Eucalyptus Drive), Thiess Park central (Luck Street / Smart Drive) and Thiess Park south (Hanley Street / Rosenstengel Street). The map below shows these park areas (click images to enlarge).


The project aims to improve recreational facilities within Thiess Park. These recreational facilities may include features such as playgrounds, landscaping, pathways, picnic facilities and other support facilities which encourage people to visit and stay longer in this park.


Have your say on Thiess Park

A draft concept design has been developed for Thiess Park using community feedback received in late 2019. It includes improvements to recreational facilities including playgrounds, landscaping, pathways and picnic areas. For more information about previous community engagement, view our summary document.

Download the draft concept design (click image to download)

The draft concept design is also available and in hard copy at our customer service centres .

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the draft concept design during February 2020.

Community feedback is being reviewed and will be used to guide the development of the final concept design presented to Council from mid-2020.

Please 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 planning to upgrade Thiess Park in Luck Street, Darling Heights. Thiess Park incorporates Thiess Park north (Robindale Drive / Eucalyptus Drive), Thiess Park central (Luck Street / Smart Drive) and Thiess Park south (Hanley Street / Rosenstengel Street). The map below shows these park areas (click images to enlarge).


The project aims to improve recreational facilities within Thiess Park. These recreational facilities may include features such as playgrounds, landscaping, pathways, picnic facilities and other support facilities which encourage people to visit and stay longer in this park.


Have your say on Thiess Park

A draft concept design has been developed for Thiess Park using community feedback received in late 2019. It includes improvements to recreational facilities including playgrounds, landscaping, pathways and picnic areas. For more information about previous community engagement, view our summary document.

Download the draft concept design (click image to download)

The draft concept design is also available and in hard copy at our customer service centres .

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the draft concept design during February 2020.

Community feedback is being reviewed and will be used to guide the development of the final concept design presented to Council from mid-2020.

Please 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.