Master plans

In 2018, we endorsed five sports master plans for key locations across the city. Each master plan details a long-term vision to meet the future sport and recreation needs of the community. We expect to implement these plans in stages over the next 10 to 20 years.

Cronulla Park, Slacks Creek

The key elements of this master plan include:

  • a main building including a PCYC, allied health facilities, wellness facilities and a possible Centre of Excellence for Women’s Sport
  • two AFL fields and a clubhouse
  • a recreation park including picnic shelters, fitness equipment, half court, bikeway, multi-activity space, seating, shading and toilet facilities
  • car parking.

For more information, please download the following documents:

Dauth Park Precinct, Beenleigh

The key elements of this master plan include:

  • keeping the same user groups (AFL, cricket, brass band, aquatic centre, senior citizens centre)
  • expanding onto Beenleigh State High School land
  • separating users into purpose-built facilities
  • expansion opportunities for the PCYC
  • more car parking
  • improved signage
  • improved pedestrian and cycle opportunities
  • improved aesthetics to the open stormwater drain south of Beenleigh Aquatic Centre.

For more information, please download the following documents:

Lowe Oval, Underwood

The key elements of this master plan include:

  • moving the AFL club to a different site
  • redeveloping Logan North Aquatic and Fitness Centre
  • developing a recreation park (current AFL oval)
  • developing a central plaza connecting major zones including the library, aquatic centre and recreation park
  • car parking and access improvements.

For more information, please download the following documents:

Rosia Park, Park Ridge

The key elements of this master plan include:

  • regional AFL facility with two full-size ovals and a clubhouse
  • cycling precinct with a criterium track, banked track, pump track and trials area
  • skate bowl
  • nature play area with amenities and picnic facilities
  • 5km of recreation trails
  • pedestrian and bicycle access and plenty of car parking
  • water sensitive urban design with a bio-detention basin
  • protection of the biodiversity corridor
  • fire management.

For more information, please download the following documents:

Waterford West District Sports Park, Waterford

The key elements of this master plan include:

  • water play area
  • recreation hub with café
  • table tennis and equipment hire
  • adventure play area
  • pump track
  • kick and throw area (with stage)
  • running loop
  • outdoor gym / fitness hub with multipurpose courts
  • connection with the schools
  • keeping important vegetation.

For more information, please download the following documents:

Underwood Park Multi-Sport Development

In the lead up to the 2017 state election, the Queensland Government announced $9.11 million in funding towards the development of Underwood Park. Together with Council's contribution of $1.19 million, the total project budget is $10.3 million.

When completed, the Underwood Park Multi-Sport Development will include:

  • new netball clubhouse, change rooms and hard courts
  • new football clubhouse, change rooms and upgraded field lights
  • new BMX clubhouse and amenities
  • new mountain biking storage space
  • new community centre
  • new kitchen and office facilities for the Meals on Wheels Inc.
  • new kiosk and public amenities.

The project will be managed by the Department of Housing and Public Works, who have appointed a contractor to finalise the designs and manage construction. Council is currently reviewing the designs and providing feedback, in partnership with the Department of Housing and Public Works and stakeholder clubs.

Once the designs are finalised, preparations for construction will begin. Demolition is scheduled to start in early September and on-site construction is scheduled to start on 7 October 2019.

For more information, please call us on 07 3412 3412 or email us at council@logan.qld.gov.au.