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Stones Corner Precinct - Hanlon Park

Hanlon Park

Brisbane City Council is pleased to announce the upgrade and rejuvenation of Hanlon Park in Greenslopes. The Norman Creek 2012- 2031 master plan identified an opportunity for Stones Corner Precinct – Hanlon Park to be transformed into an attractive and versatile public space, boosting local economic vitality and enhancing connectivity and recreation opportunities for residents, businesses, commuters and visitors.

Stretching from Logan Road to Cornwall Street in Stones Corner, Hanlon Park is surrounded by areas of growth under the Eastern Corridor Neighbourhood Plan and offers vast opportunities to contribute to the areas identity and liveability

Over the next 20 years, the Stones Corner Precinct is expected to evolve into an exciting ‘urban village’ with a mix of apartments, offices, shops, cafes and a diversity of public open spaces.

Council is committed to continuing to work with local community groups, key stakeholders, residents, businesses and visitors to deliver the Norman Creek 2012-2031 master plan.

Community feedback

From 5-25 February 2018, Council gathered information from the community about their current use of the precinct and asked for ideas to guide the transformation of this inner-city parkland and the surrounding area.

These ideas will help inform the development of a draft concept plan. The draft concept plan will be released for community feedback in mid-2018.


Brisbane City Council is pleased to announce the upgrade and rejuvenation of Hanlon Park in Greenslopes. The Norman Creek 2012- 2031 master plan identified an opportunity for Stones Corner Precinct – Hanlon Park to be transformed into an attractive and versatile public space, boosting local economic vitality and enhancing connectivity and recreation opportunities for residents, businesses, commuters and visitors.

Stretching from Logan Road to Cornwall Street in Stones Corner, Hanlon Park is surrounded by areas of growth under the Eastern Corridor Neighbourhood Plan and offers vast opportunities to contribute to the areas identity and liveability

Over the next 20 years, the Stones Corner Precinct is expected to evolve into an exciting ‘urban village’ with a mix of apartments, offices, shops, cafes and a diversity of public open spaces.

Council is committed to continuing to work with local community groups, key stakeholders, residents, businesses and visitors to deliver the Norman Creek 2012-2031 master plan.

Community feedback

From 5-25 February 2018, Council gathered information from the community about their current use of the precinct and asked for ideas to guide the transformation of this inner-city parkland and the surrounding area.

These ideas will help inform the development of a draft concept plan. The draft concept plan will be released for community feedback in mid-2018.