Talking Street trial project, Mullumbimby

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Linemarking and signage for the new temporary crossing and the reduced speed limit on Burringbar Street will be installed in early August.

The Talking Street Trial has kicked off in Mullumbimby. The trial aims to test new ideas and ways to turn Burringbar Street and the Mullumbimby town centre into a more attractive, safe and people-friendly public space.

From March 2021, we will be rolling out this project in stages over the next few months and it will remain in place until December 2021.

Linemarking for a new crossing near the Commonwealth Bank and signage to reduce the speed to 30km/h will be installed in early August 2021.

We'd love your feedback

When you see each step rolling out, we’d love to hear your feedback.

Complete our Feedback Form here.

Burringbar Street Parklets

We're seeking expressions of interest from businesses in Mullumbimby who would like to install a parklet on Burringbar Street. The parklets will be located in existing unused 'triangles' between garden beds and parking spaces in Burringbar Street.

To make an expression of interest and read the selection criteria visit Burringbar Street Parklets - Byron Shire Council

What the trial includes

The Talking Street trial project will test the following initiatives and we would love to hear what you think:

Two pop-up parklets

Two new, wooden parklets are arriving in the Mullumbimby town centre on Friday 26 March; one is in the taxi rank in front of Mullumbimby Herbals and the other is in front of the Newsagent near the bus stop on Stuart Street.

The temporary parklets include:

  • built-in seating
  • tables
  • umbrellas for shade

We have also invited local high school students to collaborate on creation of artwork for these spaces.

Next time you're in town we invite you to make use of these new pop-up public spaces.

Smaller parklet spaces available for local businesses

Expressions of interest will be sought from businesses for temporary use of smaller unused spaces in Burringbar Street, located between garden beds and parking spaces.

New temporary pedestrian crossing

This new crossing is being temporarily added at the eastern end of Burringbar Street near the Commonwealth Bank to create better connection.

Reduced speed zone in Burringbar Street

A 30km/hr speed limit will be in place for the whole length of Burringbar Street.

Linemarking and signage for the new temporary crossing and the reduced speed limit on Burringbar Street will be installed in early August.

The Talking Street Trial has kicked off in Mullumbimby. The trial aims to test new ideas and ways to turn Burringbar Street and the Mullumbimby town centre into a more attractive, safe and people-friendly public space.

From March 2021, we will be rolling out this project in stages over the next few months and it will remain in place until December 2021.

Linemarking for a new crossing near the Commonwealth Bank and signage to reduce the speed to 30km/h will be installed in early August 2021.

We'd love your feedback

When you see each step rolling out, we’d love to hear your feedback.

Complete our Feedback Form here.

Burringbar Street Parklets

We're seeking expressions of interest from businesses in Mullumbimby who would like to install a parklet on Burringbar Street. The parklets will be located in existing unused 'triangles' between garden beds and parking spaces in Burringbar Street.

To make an expression of interest and read the selection criteria visit Burringbar Street Parklets - Byron Shire Council

What the trial includes

The Talking Street trial project will test the following initiatives and we would love to hear what you think:

Two pop-up parklets

Two new, wooden parklets are arriving in the Mullumbimby town centre on Friday 26 March; one is in the taxi rank in front of Mullumbimby Herbals and the other is in front of the Newsagent near the bus stop on Stuart Street.

The temporary parklets include:

  • built-in seating
  • tables
  • umbrellas for shade

We have also invited local high school students to collaborate on creation of artwork for these spaces.

Next time you're in town we invite you to make use of these new pop-up public spaces.

Smaller parklet spaces available for local businesses

Expressions of interest will be sought from businesses for temporary use of smaller unused spaces in Burringbar Street, located between garden beds and parking spaces.

New temporary pedestrian crossing

This new crossing is being temporarily added at the eastern end of Burringbar Street near the Commonwealth Bank to create better connection.

Reduced speed zone in Burringbar Street

A 30km/hr speed limit will be in place for the whole length of Burringbar Street.