NORTHERN Tasmanians have one week to submit their vision to the Launceston City Council on North Bank's future appearance.
The council opened its concept on North Bank's $7.8 million redevelopment to the public last month for feedback, which will close on November 1.
The council's vision includes new parklands, a large playground, a network of walking and cycling trails and a boardwalk to link Kings Wharf, Seaport and the Inveresk precinct.
It also includes community facilities such as picnic and barbecue facilities and a sound shell and seating. Other suggestions from the public have included markets and space for mobile vendors, edible plant beds, and even a Ferris wheel.
The Launceston Tram Society has pitched a Lindsay Street tram line and the Launceston Parkour Group has proposed a parkour park to be housed in an old wool shed.
Parkour practitioner Josh Cooper said the park would be a first for Tasmania and the country's biggest.
"It will bring Australian and possibly international practitioners to Launceston who would want to see a park this big," he said. "The park would be used to hold events aimed at young people and provide a safe place for those practising parkour."
He said there would be room for multipurpose use of the area by other local artists.
Launceston City Council general manager Robert Dobrzynski said almost 500 people had been involved in the public consultation on North Bank.
"We welcome any feedback on the North Bank master plan, and we encourage anyone with ideas to make submission before consultation closes on November 1," he said.