Satellite city Flagstone kicking off life with new clubhouse
A brand new rugby league club at the satellite city Flagstone near Jimboomba will start life with a new clubhouse, as work begins on-site and the building takes shape at the ATCO Group’s Luscombe factory.
The master planned community of Flagstone is one of South East Queensland’s largest and fastest growing new residential areas, attracting more than 20 new families every month with projections for 120,000 residents.
Brisbane Tigers have taken the initiative of setting up the Flagstone Tigers Rugby League club, to build community spirit as the city grows while giving juniors a chance to play rugby league.
The new clubhouse will include male and female change rooms, toilets, a kiosk, scorer’s box and meeting rooms.
The facilities will be available for use by a range of community organisations as the satellite city gets established.
Construction of the clubhouse will support 11 direct jobs and 25 contractors, with installation due by the end of July, 2021.
The Queensland Government has invested $350,000 to make the project a reality, with developer PEET Limited helping furnish the precinct with concrete paths, turf and electrical services.