To help create the final concept plan, the Council is seeking community feedback on the proposed Mt Gravatt Outlook Reserve enhancement project until 22 September 2019.

Options to upgrade the Mt Gravatt Outlook Reserve’s entry, amenities, including at Gertrude Petty Place, and walking tracks are now being studied. The community is invited to provide input to help the Council understand which elements of the reserve the residents would like to see enhanced or included.

In his Budget Speech in June 2019, Lord Mayor Schrinner mentioned that he will commit $1.7 million to maintain lookouts, of which $443,000 is allocated to upgrade Mount Gravatt Outlook Reserve.

The 260-hectare reserve is located off Shire Road in Mt Gravatt and is 9.5 kilometres away from the CBD. Apart from being a popular location for bushwalking and cycling, the recreational reserve offers stunning views of the surrounding suburbs, Moreton Bay islands, D’Aguilar Ranges,  and Glass House Mountains

Mt Gravatt Outlook walking track 
Photo credit: Brisbane City Council – Lyle Radford 2012 / Flickr

Some of the facilities visitors can find at the reserve include the Gertrude Petty Place, Mt Gravatt Kindergarten & Pre-school, Mt Gravatt Scouts, Blue Care Respite Centre, Federation Lookout, Meg Habitat, Echidna Magic, picnic areas/shelter, and playground at Mt Gravatt Summit.

Mount Gravatt Outlook Reserve in Mount Gravatt is one of the several identified locations for reserve enhancements and future parks which also includes The Chalk Street Park, Lutwyche; Colmslie Beach Reserve, Murarrie; Eildon Hill Reservoir, Windsor; Grinstead Park/Shand Street Park, Enoggera;  Keperra Bushland, Keperra;; Stephens Mountain Reserve, Greenslopes; Wembley Park, Coorparoo; and Wishart Community Park, Wishart.

Have your say on the Mt Gravatt Outlook Reserve enhancement project