Park upgrades completed for Eunga Street Park, Tweed Heads South and Cudgen Foreshore Park, Kingscliff

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Tweed Shire Council has received grants from the Department of Family and Community Services worth $100,000 to improve two parks in the Tweed.

We have partnered with local services providers and the local community to create a recreational space that is more welcoming and more accessible to local residents.

Projects completed 2019

Council has now completed the two park upgrades these including

  • Eunga Street Park, Tweed Heads South
  • Cudgen Foreshore Park, Kingscliff

View the documents in the side panel for further information about the consultation summary and concept designs for Eunga Street Park and Cudgen Foreshore Park.

Tweed Shire Council has received grants from the Department of Family and Community Services worth $100,000 to improve two parks in the Tweed.

We have partnered with local services providers and the local community to create a recreational space that is more welcoming and more accessible to local residents.

Projects completed 2019

Council has now completed the two park upgrades these including

  • Eunga Street Park, Tweed Heads South
  • Cudgen Foreshore Park, Kingscliff

View the documents in the side panel for further information about the consultation summary and concept designs for Eunga Street Park and Cudgen Foreshore Park.

  • Eunga Street Park in Tweed Heads South and Cudgen Foreshore Park at Kingscliff are now open to the public.

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    about 1 year ago

    Thank you to the local communities in providing your input into the playground upgrades for Eunga Street Park and Cudgen Foreshore Park.

    The features of the new park designs are the direct result of community input. The local community shared their ideas on what features they would like to see in the park as part to create recreational spaces that are more welcoming and accessible to local residents.

    The park improvements include new play equipment, landscaping, seating, additional tree planting for natural shade and new pathways to improve connectivity through the parks.

    Our aim was to deliver high quality neighbourhood parks that better reflect community needs and increase people’s enjoyment of their local area.

    These park upgrades have been made possible by a $150,000 grant from the Department of Family and Community Services to revitalise park and play spaces which are adjacent to social housing.

    Council has now completed the three park upgrades these including Eunga Street Park, Tweed Heads South, Cudgen Foreshore Park, Kingscliff and Arbor Place Park at Bray Park, Murwillumbah.


  • New Park upgrades & Playground for Cudgen Foreshore Park, Kingscliff

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    over 1 year ago

    New playground to be installed in Kingscliff

    Cudgen Foreshore Park in Kingscliff will soon receive a significant upgrade thanks to a grant from the Department of Family and Community Services. It’s another park to benefit from grants to improve open space and recreation within the Tweed.

    Works on the Cudgen Foreshore Park will commence on 19 March 2019, with the project scheduled to be completed by late May 2019.

    The features of the new park design at Cudgen Foreshore Park are the direct result of community input. The local community shared their ideas on what features they would like to see in the park as part of a Council-run family fun day late last year.

    The final concept design includes the following improvements:

      • Interactive play equipment for 2-12 year olds with a unique nautical theme
      • Seating areas
      • Scooter track and pathways
      • Natural play features and green open space
      • Curved pathways and integrated natural elements

    Existing mature trees will be protected and additional tree planting in the park will provide much needed shade.


  • New Park upgrades & Playground for Eunga St Park, Tweed Heads South

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    over 1 year ago

    New playground to be installed in Tweed Heads South

    Eunga Street Park in Tweed Heads South will soon receive a significant upgrade thanks to a grant from the Department of Family and Community Services. It is just one of the parks to benefit from grants to improve open space and recreation within the Tweed.

    Works on the Eunga Street Park will commence in April, with the project scheduled to be completed by late May 2019.

    The features of the new park design at Eunga Street are the direct result of community input. The local community shared their ideas on what features they would like to see in the park as part of a Council-run family fun day late last year.

    The final concept design includes the following improvements:

    • Access for people with a disability or mobility impairment
    • Seating and picnic areas
    • Monkey bars, swings and a slide
    • Scooter track and pathways
    • Natural play elements and green open spaces
    • Curved pathways and integrated natural elements

    Existing mature trees will be protected and additional tree planting in the park will provide much needed shade.