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Heritage Park
North Harbour Heritage Park - Now Open
Heritage Park
North Harbour Heritage Park - Now Open
Heritage Park
North Harbour Heritage Park - Now Open
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North Harbour wishes to advise that access to the North Harbour Heritage Park and Mountain Bike Trail will be temporarily closed from March 1st, 2022. This closure is required to allow for construction of a bridge across Raff Creek, a key part of North Harbour’s second access road for the community.

While a firm indication cannot currently be provided, the park access closure is predicted to be in place for approximately 6 months. North Harbour will work with the construction contractor to minimise the closure period if possible. The second access road is scheduled to be completed in early 2023.

The North Harbour project team apologises for any inconvenience. Should you have any questions about the access closure, please contact our Community Engagement Manager, Vicki Wood via email: .



2019 North Harbour Heritage Park is officially opened by Terry Young, MP for Longman on November 10th, 2019

Heritage Park begins construction after a Grant of $1,535,062 from the Federal Government is awarded through a funding agreement with the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology. Funding is through the Community Development Grants programme, provided through the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. North Harbour matches the amount of funds and the project budget is over $3M.
2016 First residents move into North Harbour
2010 The site is recorded as a significant heritage site and protected by Queensland State legislation under the Cultural Heritage Act State Heritage Recognition (Qld)
2005 North Harbour purchases the site
1990s - 2000s Beef cattle farming
1970-90s Pine Plantation
1901-1970s Dairy and Cattle Farm
1866-89 Sugarcane Plantation/ Rum Distillery
1861-66 Cotton Plantation

A more extensive timeline can be found here:

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