by Brooke Duncan
MILES' Anzac Park just got more tech-friendly with the space now boasting Wi-Fi connectivity after upgrades were completed last month
Western Downs Regional Council spokesperson for parks, open spaces and cemeteries councillor Carolyn Tillman said the upgrades, including new fencing and landscaping, defined the space as a town hub.
"It's a great community space in the heart of Miles, these upgrades have really added to the overall look and feel of the park,” Cr Tillman said.
"Contracts for the Driver Reviver shelter and arbour have also been recently awarded, so we're excited for construction to commerce in mid-January next year.
"From the lush green grass, bright play space and those beautifully iconic bottle trees, now to the new fence, landscaping and Wi-Fi, the park is becoming a real landmark for our Miles residents and guests to enjoy.”
The Anzac Park redevelopment was funded in partnership with Origin Energy on behalf of Australia Pacific LNG and the State Government under round one of the Works for Queensland Program.