Construction had begun at the Greenheart site in Robina

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Construction has begun at the Greenheart site in Robina, shaping up the coastal counterpart to Central Park, encompassing a sprawling 252-hectare park.

Mayor Tom Tate recently inspected the advancements made in the initial phase of Greenheart, marking the commencement of the City’s most extensive open space and recreational project to date.

Mayor Tate expressed that Greenheart is set to become the iconic park not only for the Gold Coast but also for the entire southeastern corner of Queensland.

Construction cost for the Greenheart site in Robina

He emphasized that the initial phase, which involves a $21.5 million investment and is projected to finish by early 2025, will cater to the region’s expanding population by offering essential recreational spaces, including playgrounds, barbecue spots, picnic areas, an events lawn, and a water play zone. The transformation of the site will blend natural beauty with modern design, creating an inviting environment.

The completed 252-hectare park will stretch across Robina and Merrimac, dwarfing the Broadwater Parklands by six times and covering about two-thirds of the size of Central Park in New York.

The Initial phase, covering 17 hectares on Stadium Drive, Robina, started in May this year, focusing on site assessments and preparations.This stage will feature:

A fenced playground for children,Water play area with pumps and weir gates for water activities, Yoga lawn, Café building and separate amenities including accessible toilets, Barbecue spots, picnic tables, and shelters, Events lawn, Ball sports area, Outdoor gym, Scooter and bike track, Fenced dog off-leash area with agility equipment and Car parking and bus drop-off area.

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