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What specific site does the Queensland Government refer to as “The Spit parkland”?

The Queensland Government is looking to develop a detailed plan to preserve and improve approximately 140 hectares of coastal parkland. It includes the area to the north of Muriel Henchman Park, to the west of Seaworld Drive (including Doug Jennings Park and the Marine stadium) and the Federation Walk Coastal Reserve to the east of Seaworld Drive.

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Who owns the land described as The Spit parkland?

What is the Queensland Government proposing for The Spit parkland?

How will the community benefit from improvements to The Spit parkland?

Will proposed improvements to The Spit parkland deal with the chronic access and parking issues already on the Spit and Main Beach?

What process does the Queensland Government propose to undertake for detailed planning for improvements to The Spit parkland?

When will the Queensland Government's community consultation on the The Spit parkland take place?

Why is the Queensland Government conducting two consultation programs at the same time?

There has already been recent community consultation on Doug Jennings Park and the Gold Coast 2016 City Plan, so why has the Queensland Government commissioned another consultation program?

Who is actually conducting the community consultation program?

What happens at the end of the consultation program?

Why is the council carpark, (south of the Parkland community consultation area on the area map) not included in the community consultation area?

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The Spit parkland overhead area map (JPG, 136 KB)