The toilet block at Innes Park Reserve will soon undergo refurbishment works as part of Bundaberg Regional Council’s Parks Capital Works Program.
Parks and Gardens portfolio spokesperson Cr Wayne Honor said the project would begin in October and include a number of upgrades to ensure the facility is kept well maintained.
“The upgrade will feature the installation of new male, female and accessibility compliant toilets as well the improvement of larger shower areas,” he said.
“The internal floors and ceilings will be re-painted, and fixtures and fittings upgraded.
“While there will be many changes to the amenity block, the beautiful exterior mural, which features our native flora and fauna, will remain unchanged.”
Cr Honor said the project would ensure Innes Park Reserve continued to support the needs of the surrounding community and stayed in line with Council's infrastructure standards.
“The ongoing development and enhancement of Council parks, gardens and natural areas ensures residents and visitors continue to have a wonderful experience in these spaces,” he said.
“We have so many beautiful areas of recreation in our region and keeping them maintained is part in parcel with providing inviting places for all to enjoy.”
Cr Honor said while work was being carried out, one set of toilets would be closed and refurbished while the second set of toilets would be open to the public for use.
The Innes Park Reserve toilet block refurbishment will be completed by the end of October, weather permitting.
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