End in sight for Gympie council’s $1.9M project
THE final piece of the River to Rail Trail is three months away from delivery – but residents don’t have to wait to enjoy the $1.95 million walk.
A section through A.J. Mitchell Park needs to be finished to round out the walk’s $350,000 stage three.
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However, residents can tackle the loop now via an alternate path which bypasses the unfinished stretch.
The park’s stretch is to be finished in the first two months of next year, a council spokeswoman said.
It will include directional signs and distance markers.
The entire walk is funded by the State Government’s Works for Queensland program.