A number of Burdekin parks will receive upgrades next financial year, according to Burdekin Shire Council Mayor Bill Lowis.
Cr Lowis said $30,000 would be spent refurbishing the public amenities at Lions Park in Home Hill.
“This is the first lot of public amenities you arrive at when you enter Home Hill from the North and with its positioning near the Lions Home Hill Diorama gets used quite a bit,” he said.
“Coutts Park in Ayr, will receive new playground equipment with a planned $50,000 upgrade.
“Council has also allocated $45,000 in the parks and gardens budget to erect a shade structure over the existing columbarium at the Home Hill Cemetery.
“Our parks and gardens team also has $50,000 budgeted for any park furniture that needs to be replaced.”