City of Townsville


Urban Play

Track Material:

Precast Concrete



Parkitect Modular Pumptrack Heatley Park Sunset
Parkitect Modular Pumptrack Heatley Park Townsville
Parkitect Modular Pumptrack Heatley Park Townsville construction

The Heatley Park upgrade was funded by the Queensland Government’s Works for Queensland program.

 The facilities at Heatley Park were at the end of their asset lifespan and needed renewing. The plan for the park included a variety of playground equipment and a Modular Pumptrack to encourage friends to play together, challenge each other, and improve fitness.

Project Summary

Parkitect Australia was engaged by Urban Play to design and supply a pre-cast concrete Modular Pumptrack suitable for the space available and the City of Townsville’s budget.

JMac Construction installed the pump track with precision, integrating the modules into the landscape to create an aesthetically pleasing result.

Place Design Group were engaged by Townsville City Council as Principal Consultant to undertake Detail Design and Documentation of a $3M upgrade of Heatley Park in Townsville.

Heatley Park opened in 2019 and is a highly valued and well used open space facility.

Click to watch master plan video courtesy City of Townsville

Information courtesy of the Place Design Group and Urban Play

My client (Townsville City Council) needed a pump track that was easy to install, cost effective and robust, hence we chose a Modular Pumptrack by Parkitect Australia.

Townsville City Council were so happy with the proposal and the end result that they decided to install two tracks at different park sites in the region.

Parkitect Australia provided simple easy solutions with various designs, easy to install and built from strong materials. The tracks also will suite any solution for a multi-use site.