Kedron Creek Bridge

Project Summary

The Kedron Creek Bridge project involves the construction of a 26 metre long cycle and pedestrian bridge over Kedron Creek, to connect Wahminda Park to the Samford to Ferny Grove Rail Trail link, on Lanita Road. The project also includes over 400 metres of new 3 metre wide connecting pathway along Samford Road.

The project proposes the following features:

  • A 26 metre-long, 3 metre-wide cycle and pedestrian bridge with a reinforced concrete deck (near the tennis courts) to the southern side of Kedron Creek, connecting to Lanita Road,
  • Bicycle and pedestrian handrails
  • Decorative bridge panelling to blend into the bushland environment,
  • 400m of connecting pathways on Samford Road, including surface upgrades and formalisation of parking on Biden Lane,
  • Wayfinding signage,
  • Landscaping,

The design for the project is jointly funded by Moreton Bay Regional Council and the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, through the Cycle Network Grants Program.

Project updates

Further information

Download a copy of the project location map [PDF 895KB].

Download a copy of the bridge concept [PDF 190KB].

The project is currently nearing detailed design completion and it is intended that this project will provide a future connection to the proposed upgrade of the Samford Road Shared Pathway.

If you would like to learn more about this exciting project or provide feedback on the concept plans, please do not hesitate to contact Council on (07) 3205 0555 or email

ITPD Last Updated 7 November 2018

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