SUVA City Council is injecting about $1.7million on a project that will be an icon to Fiji and the Pacific.
Council special administrator Chandu Umaria said SCC was working on constructing a picnic park with unique features.
Mr Umaria said the state-of-the-art park, to be opened on November 7, would have a pond with an overhead bridge and a lake.
He said it would also have a unique garden.
"The unique feature will be the lake and the pond and the entertainment bure with the garden. People will definitely come and take pictures of the garden and sit down in the bure and enjoy their lunch.
"We will put up an entertainment bure for people to come and play music. The park will also feature seven food kiosks serving different foods. It will also feature children's play equipment and a separate sporting facility for adults.
"It will have a beach volleyball court."
He said the public convenience would also have a facility for the disabled, changing rooms and a breastfeeding room for mothers.
The council has completed the walkways for parks and gardens and will develop areas along Pony Club, the ANZ Stadium and all the way to Suva's famous picnic spot Suva Point.