Bellvista is frequently referred to as a ‘rabbit warren’ by outsiders with roads twisting and turning. To travel from the northern extremes of the estate to the Market Place you need to drive around Canavan Gracie Recreational Park, there is no direct route through!
It can be confusing for people who are recent arrivals to the area or a complete nightmare for people who are totally unfamiliar with the estate and just trying to find there way back to Caloundra Rd.
BeCA would like to see a similar sign on the northern exit of the Dumbarton Drive/Bellvista Blvd roundabout. The sign would have “Bellvista Blvd” and “Caloundra” similar to the Stornaway Avenue sign.
Service requests have been forwarded to SCRC to straighten (or reinstate) the 60kph sign on Bellvista Blvd 70 metres before the turn off to Bells Reach and the School Speed Zone sign on Stornaway Drive.
New signs for Canavan Gracie Recreational Park are being prepared and should be installed in the next week or so. The next project will be to submit names for parks in Rawson St, Shannon Cres and O’Reilly Drive.
BeCA expects there will be an ‘official’ naming and opening of the Canavan Gracie Recreational Park, possibly early 2013. BeCA will be liaising with families and friends of June Canavan and Keith Gracie to negotiate a mutually convenient time for the event.