Part of Tennyson riverbank washes away

The landslip at Tennyson. Photo: Brisbane City CouncilA 40-metre long chunk of land has slipped into the Brisbane River at Tennyson, leaving a building teetering on the edge.

The landslip at Ken Fletcher Park happened during the Easter weekend and was a “natural occurrence”, Brisbane City Councillor Matthew Bourke said on Thursday.

Part of a riverside cycling path is now missing, and the building, an unoccupied Mirvac sales office, is likely to be pulled down due to the instability.

The affected area has been fenced off, but the rest of the park remains open.

“We don’t have any eyewitness reports but it is a significant slip…,” Cr Bourke told 612 ABC Brisbane.

This is a natural occurrence so the river does [do this] from time to time,”.

“We’re working through exactly what’s happened to ensure residents are safe and they can have confidence in using the park and other riverside parks across the city.”

Cr Bourke said there had been other minor landslips in recent days. .

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