New yellow edge lines

Council plans to install yellow edge lines along Bunya Pine Court, Eatons Hill to address residents’ concerns about parking overflow from Kumbartcho Sanctuary.

Following feedback from nearby residents, we’re considering yellow edge lines at the following locations, and we want your feedback:

  • northern and western side of Bunya Pine Court from the driveway of number 10 to Drapers Road
  • southern side of Bunya Pine Court from the driveway of number 10 to the end of the cul-de-sac
  • each driveway to improve access and exit movements and deter vehicles from parking over driveways.

Refer to the yellow edge lines concept design for more information.

Yellow edge lines are designed to better manage parking outcomes and improve access to properties during busy event days at Kumbartcho Sanctuary.

Motorists who park or stop where there is a yellow edge line may have a parking infringement issued by the Queensland Police Service or Council.

Have your say

Council is seeking feedback on the draft concept design for the installation of yellow edge lines on Bunya Pine Court, Eatons Hill.

You can submit your feedback by 4pm Thursday 18 July 2024 by completing the form below.

You will be prompted to register or sign into Your Say Moreton Bay to access the feedback form.

Additional car parking at Kumbartcho Sanctuary

Council is planning upgrades to Kumbartcho Sanctuary to improve accessibility, update the playground, increase carparking within the site and provide new linking pathways.

Stage one works include accessible pathways and ramps, such as a pathway linking Bunya Crossing Road to Kumbartcho. Construction is scheduled to begin in mid-2025 and be completed in mid-2026, weather permitting. Subsequent stages will be delivered over future years, subject to budget and funding agreements.