Park Road Boardwalk

Council established a Project Reference Group (PRG) in September 2015 to provide input into the planning and design phase of the Park Road Boardwalk upgrade.

Noosa Council has now completed the design and has begun work to replace the 420m section of the Park Road Boardwalk from Little Cove to the Noosa National Park entrance, completing the link between Hastings Street and Noosa National Park.

This new section of boardwalk is designed to be an exemplar of world class community infrastructure, complementing Noosa's iconic Main Beach and Noosa National Park surfing and tourism precincts.

Key features will include:

  • wider walkways and expanded viewing platforms
  • curved timber balustrade using natural oil stains
  • decking with unique ‘accoya’ timber, which is a sustainable modified wood that does not buckle or splinter
  • seating and rest stops at key viewing sites
  • unobtrusive LED lighting with movement sensors and timers.

The PRG provided valuable input and Council will continue to meet with the group during construction to obtain feedback on the construction process.

Changes to traffic and pedestrian access

One lane of Park Road is closed while works are underway and will reopen at completion of the project in late 2018.

Traffic is flowing in a one-way loop from Park Road up Alderley Terrace and down Mitti Street (see traffic map in Document Library, to right of this screen). Temporary traffic signals and a reduced speed limit are in place, as well as barriers and signage to guide motorists safely through the site.

Motorists are advised to expect delays and to plan their travel accordingly.

Pedestrians are advised to use the alternative pathway to access the National Park from Little Cove. This pathway does include stairs, so anyone using a pram, wheelchair, mobility scooter, or other wheeled device will be unable to access sections of the pathway.

A map showing the changes for motorists and pedestrian is available in the Document Library to the right of this screen along with other information about this project.

Council appreciates the community’s patience during the construction process.

Further Information

Council is committed to ensuring the community is kept informed about the Park Road Boardwalk. See further information in the Document Library to the right of this screen.

If you have any questions, would like more information, or have feedback about this project, you can contact the project team via:

Email: mail@noosa.qld.gov.au (Subject line: Park Road Boardwalk)

Phone: 0448 749 012.

Council established a Project Reference Group (PRG) in September 2015 to provide input into the planning and design phase of the Park Road Boardwalk upgrade.

Noosa Council has now completed the design and has begun work to replace the 420m section of the Park Road Boardwalk from Little Cove to the Noosa National Park entrance, completing the link between Hastings Street and Noosa National Park.

This new section of boardwalk is designed to be an exemplar of world class community infrastructure, complementing Noosa's iconic Main Beach and Noosa National Park surfing and tourism precincts.

Key features will include:

  • wider walkways and expanded viewing platforms
  • curved timber balustrade using natural oil stains
  • decking with unique ‘accoya’ timber, which is a sustainable modified wood that does not buckle or splinter
  • seating and rest stops at key viewing sites
  • unobtrusive LED lighting with movement sensors and timers.

The PRG provided valuable input and Council will continue to meet with the group during construction to obtain feedback on the construction process.

Changes to traffic and pedestrian access

One lane of Park Road is closed while works are underway and will reopen at completion of the project in late 2018.

Traffic is flowing in a one-way loop from Park Road up Alderley Terrace and down Mitti Street (see traffic map in Document Library, to right of this screen). Temporary traffic signals and a reduced speed limit are in place, as well as barriers and signage to guide motorists safely through the site.

Motorists are advised to expect delays and to plan their travel accordingly.

Pedestrians are advised to use the alternative pathway to access the National Park from Little Cove. This pathway does include stairs, so anyone using a pram, wheelchair, mobility scooter, or other wheeled device will be unable to access sections of the pathway.

A map showing the changes for motorists and pedestrian is available in the Document Library to the right of this screen along with other information about this project.

Council appreciates the community’s patience during the construction process.

Further Information

Council is committed to ensuring the community is kept informed about the Park Road Boardwalk. See further information in the Document Library to the right of this screen.

If you have any questions, would like more information, or have feedback about this project, you can contact the project team via:

Email: mail@noosa.qld.gov.au (Subject line: Park Road Boardwalk)

Phone: 0448 749 012.