TPC Harding Park in Torkham has been officially completed and will open in 2019.
The park is a four-acre facility which features a three-bedroom home and a three storeys terrace, a swimming pool, a gymnasium and a meeting room.
It is located in the heart of Torkamyrang National Park and is a partnership between the Parks and Wildlife Service, the Department of Primary Industries, and the State Government.
It will house over 20,000 wild birds and be home to more than 300 species of native birds.
TPCHarding Park is the first Tpc Harding park to be built in Queensland and is the culmination of a five-year long project by TPC.
It’s expected that the park will house up to 100,000 native birds including several species of the Australian Black-tailed Gull, the Northern Bullfrog, the Red-bellied Woodpecker, the Black-legged Parrot and the Goldfinch.
It also has an eco-friendly design which allows the wildlife to breathe, as well as provide habitats for native species including the Northern Red-backed Wren and the Eastern Red-breasted Dove.
TpcHarding park is located on a 250 hectare parcel of land at the corner of Tockarang Road and Wintirim Rd, Torkharamu, Brisbane.
The TPC is the Government’s major land management company for Queensland.
The Government has also committed $50 million towards the project, which is estimated to cost $50 billion to build.
TpcsHardingPark.com.au has more details on the project and is looking forward to seeing it opening.
TPC will be selling their park to the public at $50,000 per year.
The park will also have a private pavilion for private events and events catering for groups of 10 or more.
To read more about TPC’s harding project and the park click here.
The following is a video by Queensland Parks and Wilderness for TPC that is a bit of an insight into the project.