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UPDATE - Lamb Street, Murgon - CBD Footpath, Kerb and Channel Replacement – 21-06-20


South Burnett Regional Council is pleased to advise the progress of the replacement of Murgon’s CBD footpath along Lamb Street (between Krebs and Gore Street’s).

Funded through the Queensland Government’s 2019-21 Works for Queensland program (W4Q R3) and South Burnett Regional Council. Detailed planning has preceded works in order to ensure all businesses can remain operational during the construction period.

Continuation of the street’s southern footpath replacement construction works are scheduled to be delivered during night works, operating between 6pm and 6am. Additional supporting tasks being conducted during standard working hours as required.

Details of activities planned for the week commencing Sunday 21 June are outlined below and highlighted in the “Image – Plan of works”. GREEN Sections are considered complete.

Week commencing Sunday 21 June 2020

RED Southern Section 1 - Intersection of Krebs Street and Lamb Street to centre of NAB building – remaining section:

  • Partially complete
  • Remaining works to be completed between critical sections

BLUE Southern Section 5 - Murgon News to South Burnett Lawyers:

  • Concrete reinstatement commencing Tuesday 23 June

PURPLE Northern spraypave concrete application in highlighted section

GREY Entire southern side parking:

  • Existing line removal Wednesday 24 June
  • Asphalt reinstatement Thursday 25 June
  • New line marking Friday 26 June

Motorists and pedestrians are requested to travel with extreme care, to drive to the prevailing road conditions and to adhere to signage. Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and thanks you for your patience whilst works are in progress.

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding any facets of the project, please contact Council’s Infrastructure team by phone on 4189 9100 or email

latest update

Image - Plan of works
The Murgon CBD Footpath project has been funded by the
Queensland Government’s Works for Queensland program and South Burnett Regional Council.



work in progress