Works have been completed to assist property owners across north Queensland repair boundary fencing along state roads, after they were damaged during the 2019 Monsoon Trough flooding event.
Palm Island Aboriginal Shire Council’s Banfield Drive received almost $800,000 in betterment funding to build a seawall along a section of Banfield Drive adjacent to the mouth of Palm Valley Creek.
When one and a half metres of flood water washed through the Townsville Hockey Complex during the height of flooding in 2019, things looked grim.
Townsville Golf Club received $1.2 million in funding to make vital repairs to its flood-damaged infrastructure at Rosslea.
North Queensland Football felt the full fury of the 2019 monsoon trough floods when 750 square metres of floodwaters tore through the fields at Murray Sporting Complex, destroying the clubhouse, canteen, fences and lights.
Greenwood Park at Kirwan in Townsville has undergone field remediation works to restore the four full-size playing fields to their former glory following the February 2019 monsoonal flooding event.
The Cloncurry Bowls Club experienced significant water damage to the green in the 2019 monsoon trough floods, which resulted in diseases throughout the playing surface.
Three strategic locations along Richmond–Winton Road were nominated for flood immunity and resilience projects in the 2019 Betterment Program.
A heritage-listed drystone wall dating back to the 1930s was removed and reconstructed by hand, one stone at a time, as part of reconstruction works along Mount Spec Road.
Works to repair multiple landslip sites along Mount Spec Road north of Townsville were completed in late July 2019.