Cassowary Coast Regional Council is upgrading Banyan Park, including Lions Park, located at the entrance of Tully.

The Park currently has a combination of play equipment, a bus shelter, an undercover area, barbeque, seats and paths. Majority of the features within the Park require refurbishment or renewal. Whilst some assets of the park are iconic and will remain in place, such as the Golden Gumboot, Cane Railway, memorial statues and the significant trees, Council wants your feedback to shape the future of Banyan and Lions Park.

The project is an extension of the Tully Entrance Experience which was undertaken in 2014 and will be guided by the Crime Prevention through Environmental Design Guidelines.

Tells us what you think about the current park, which facilities should be retained or upgraded and what we can do to make the park a better place for you to visit and use.

Tell us what you think

Here's how you can currently get involved in the project:

Images of Banyan and Lions Park now

View images of Lions and Banyan Park.