There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about the history of Gracemere and surrounds. We hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to drop us a line.
Did you know that Gracemere now has a brand new Fire and Rescue Station situated in the top end of Russell Street Gracemere. Gracemere continues to grow and prosper into the future.
Rockhampton Regional Council controlled roads statistics 1,100 kms of unsealed roads, 900 Kms of sealed roads, rail bridge and tunnels, $77,347,000 of assets.
Opportunities in hosting the 2032 Olympics are being investigated by a newly formed task force facilitated by Michelle Landry and chaired by Grant Cassidy with representatives from the RRC being the Mayor Cr. Tony Williams and Cr. Rutherford (Chair Parks, Sport and recreation)
Rockhampton area has a lot going for it with the Fitzroy River for Rowing, World class Hockey facility, Equestrian facility, two under cover arenas and Yeppoon has a cross country course and Keppel Bay is an ideal sailing venue.
Photos in the top gallery show Gracemere has a lot of positives going for older and younger people to enjoy their surroundings like the Touch of Paradise and the Cedrick Archer park. Many of the photos show the lake, bridge, rotunda, shaded picnic areas with plenty of tree plantings and walking tracks. Completion of this project is a credit to the Rockhampton Regional Council who had the vision to put in a park that everyone can enjoy in so many different ways.
Photos in the bottom gallery include Businesses, the GIA " Gracemere Industrial Area" the Lawrie Street upgrade works in progress, the corner of Lawrie and John Street showing line marking re construction of extra car parking in John Street and the progress on the Ergon's New Substation to improve the power supply to Gracemere. Also the Gracemere and Waraburra State Schools.