Brisbane City Council
Rebuilding Brisbane's river walkway, which was washed away in a 2011 flood, has seen a few snags in the process but the city council has released a finalized render that looks like it will offer visitors an enchanting and relaxing stroll over the water. Having the chance to rebuild the walkway is also allowing Brisbane to add technological improvements like CCTV and just make an overall better experience for guests.
The beginning of work to rebuild the walkway that washed away during Brisbane’s 2011 flood is a step closer, with Brisbane City Council finishing its detailed design stage.
But residents are likely to have to wait until late 2014 to start riding and running on the new $75 million Riverwalk connecting New Farm to the Howard Smith Wharves under the Story Bridge.
Brisbane City Council has unveiled its finalised design plans for the project, which include a walkway that juts out into the Brisbane River slightly more than the original floating structure did.
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