Tender Proposals Sought for Murarrie Recreation Reserve

Tender Proposal Sought for Murarrie Recreation Reserve

Brisbane City Council is seeking tender proposals for the lease of a community facility located at 1238 Wynnum Road, Murarrie Recreation Reserve, Murarrie.



The facility available is the Brisbane International Cycle Park. The goal is to establish the reserve as a premier destination for international cycling and enhance its capacity to meet sporting and recreation needs in Brisbane.


Brisbane International Cycle Park is located at1238 Wynnum Road, Murarrie Recreation Reserve, Murarrie. This new state-of-the-art, two-storey building. The facility features various amenities, including a canteen, storage areas, bike trailer parking, change rooms, public toilets, first aid room, community/meeting room, and an expansive viewing platform overlooking the cycling track.
The available spaces for lease include a canteen (33 sqm), store room (15 sqm), and community room (58 sqm). The lease term being offered by BCC is for up to four years.



To apply for this opportunity, visit the Brisbane City Council website (www.brisbane.qld.gov.au) and search for ‘Community Facility Tender’, then follow the instructions to submit your tender application.


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Your application should include a written response that demonstrates your ability to meet the eligibility criteria and key selection criteria. Likewise, be sure to address all the necessary requirements outlined in the tender documentation.

Applicants must demonstrate the financial capacity to deliver the planned outcome in a timely manner and ensure sustainable ongoing operations. Consider whether your proposed activity is consistent with the Zone Code and if it will require a development application. 

Please note that the organisation will be responsible for covering any associated development application costs.

Also for those who wish to conduct a site inspection, you can contact Council at (07) 3403 8888 and ask to speak to the Lease Management Team for more information. Keep in mind that the facility is currently under construction.

An appropriate lease fee will be negotiated with the successful tenant(s). Applicants should also be prepared to cover the costs associated with lease preparation, stamp duty, survey costs, and titles office registration. Additionally, the tenant will be responsible for facility maintenance, building insurance, and utility payments during the lease term.

For any additional information or inquiries, you can visit www.brisbane.qld.gov.au or call Council on (07) 3403 8888. Make sure to thoroughly review the tender documentation and guidelines provided by the Brisbane City Council to ensure that your application is complete and meets all requirements.

Interested parties should ensure that your organisation meets the eligibility criteria as specified in the tender documentation. The deadline for submitting your tender application is midnight on 8 September 2023.

Published 10-September-2023