UPGRADES: The council thanked the community for their patience during the earth works construction at Kingaroy's Apex park.
UPGRADES: The council thanked the community for their patience during the earth works construction at Kingaroy's Apex park.

Park temporarily closes due to delays in upgrades

THE SOUTH Burnett Regional Council said equipment at a local park would be temporarily closed due to the current State of Fire Emergency declaration.

The flying fox equipment located at Apex park, Kingaroy will be closed to the public until Friday, November 19 as they are unable to complete the earthworks.

They said the temporary closure would remain in place until upgrades could be completed.

Council said that Apex park rest areas, barbecue areas and amenities would remain open to the public during this time.

The upgrades at the park were funded through Council’s 2019-20 Maintenance Budget and include earth works beneath the existing flying fox which will provide a safer play environment.

They apologised for any inconvenience caused during this time and thanked the community for their patience.

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