Current Projects

Forecasted Construction Timeline for Major Projects - 2016/17
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Aviation and Aerospace Precinct»

Capitalising on the aviation and aerospace industry base of the region, and complementing the recent upgrades to core Bundaberg Regional Airport infrastructure, Council is currently developing an industrial/commercial subdivision at the Aviation and Aerospace Precinct. The proposed subdivision has detailed designs, with development approval pending. Read more

Bundaberg CBD Revitalisation»

Bundaberg Regional Council is embarking on an ambitious project to revitalise the Bundaberg CBD and establish a premier commercial hub for the Wide Bay. Read more

Kay McDuff-Ring Road Link and Eggmolesse Street Construction

The construction of the missing link between Kay McDuff Drive and the Bundaberg Ring Road will provide a major heavy vehicle traffic corridor to and from the Bundaberg Ring Road with direct access to the Bundaberg Food Park industrial development. Construction of this new $2.6 Million link will offer significant cost savings and road network efficiencies for both the businesses established in this industrial area and heavy vehicle freight companies. Read more

Bundaberg Multi-use Sports & Community Centre (Redevelopment of Showgrounds)»

Bundaberg Regional Council has commenced investigations into the redevelopment of the Bundaberg Showgrounds. Building on pre-feasibility studies Council is now examining network infrastructure to develop an overall vision for the precinct. At present the land parcels that make up the overall site consist of a mixture of community reserves over which Council is trustee along with a freehold portion owned by Council. Read More

Replacement Of Monduran Bridge»

Bundaberg Regional Council and the Australian and Queensland Governments support the economic and social future of the Monduran locality by funding the cost of this $3 Million bridge replacement under the Australian Government Bridges Renewal Program and the Queensland Government Transport Infrastructure Development Scheme. Read more

Rubyanna Wastewater Treatment Plant»

To meet the region's long term growth and development needs, Council is planning to construct a new wastewater treatment plant with the capacity to service 90,000 residents and has an option to purchase an area of land from Bundaberg Sugar for the proposed treatment plant. Read More