Seqwater’s Maddock Park and beach will undergo a major facelift ahead of summer with new facilities planned for the recreational area.
Stage 1 of the improvement works are due to start on 9 August and include a new paddle craft access ramp, new toilet block and a new multi-use facility providing easy access to the board walk.
A new path from the existing carpark to the boardwalk is also being built allowing all weather access for all patrons.
Recreation access to Maddock Park and beach will be temporarily closed throughout the improvement works; however water craft will still be able to access the lake from a ramp adjacent to the Water Treatment Plant.
Seqwater spokesman Mike Foster said Ewen Maddock Dam and the associated recreational facilities were key assets for all south east Queenslanders.
“Not only will Maddock Park and beach get a facelift, the multi-use path from the carpark will provide a safe gradient for all patrons,” he said.
The improvement works will start in August and are due to finish before summer to provide new recreation facilities to meet community needs now and into the future.
Seqwater is committed to working with the community and will seek to minimise any disruption to the local community during these improvement works.
Mike Foster, Principle Advisor, External Relations
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