Horseshoe Bay Reserve Masterplan (HBRM) Review and Update

Please note that the Caravan Park has been removed from the study area and will be managed under a separate Plan of Management

Have YOUR SAY and help us to review the Horseshoe Bay Reserve Masterplan (HBRM).

Please note that the workshop is now full and no more registrations can be taken. Please also note that the new draft masterplan will come back out for further community feedback later in February 2019

In 2014 Council adopted the current Masterplan 2014 and since that time there has been ongoing community feedback into this plan.

In May 2018, Council held a Community Catch-Up in South West Rocks.

Following the Catch-Up, we made the adopted Master Plan available for public comment. After receiving community feedback, Council decided to further review the Master Plan to ensure it meets the contemporary needs of the community.

Moving forward and how you can get involved

The Masterplan is about making the connection between buildings, social settings, and their surrounding environments. The Master Plan will provide Council, business, government stakeholders and the community the opportunity to consider a range of issues affecting the HBR such as infrastructure and recreational spaces usage now and into the future.

Council has engaged landscape architecture firm Plummer and Smith to review the existing Masterplan and develop a revised plan for the reserve.

Stage 1 has been a review of previous feedback, including Themed Feedback after the 2018 Community Catch up at South West Rocks, site visits, observation and discussions with individuals

Stage 2 is gathering community input through this online engagement and the community workshop (5pm Wed 12 Dec at SWR Surf Club - please note that the workshop is now full. Community will have an opportunity to see draft plans in February 2019)

Stage 3 will be a draft redesign and a second round of engagement both online and a second workshop in 2019

Stage 4 will be final designs available for further comment through a formal public exhibition period

Stage 5 will be a report presented to Council with recommendations

Please get involved!

Council is also seeking community feedback on the Monument Point Walkway

Thanks for your interest and time - Feedback closes 17 December 2018

Have a great day

Have YOUR SAY and help us to review the Horseshoe Bay Reserve Masterplan (HBRM).

Please note that the workshop is now full and no more registrations can be taken. Please also note that the new draft masterplan will come back out for further community feedback later in February 2019

In 2014 Council adopted the current Masterplan 2014 and since that time there has been ongoing community feedback into this plan.

In May 2018, Council held a Community Catch-Up in South West Rocks.

Following the Catch-Up, we made the adopted Master Plan available for public comment. After receiving community feedback, Council decided to further review the Master Plan to ensure it meets the contemporary needs of the community.

Moving forward and how you can get involved

The Masterplan is about making the connection between buildings, social settings, and their surrounding environments. The Master Plan will provide Council, business, government stakeholders and the community the opportunity to consider a range of issues affecting the HBR such as infrastructure and recreational spaces usage now and into the future.

Council has engaged landscape architecture firm Plummer and Smith to review the existing Masterplan and develop a revised plan for the reserve.

Stage 1 has been a review of previous feedback, including Themed Feedback after the 2018 Community Catch up at South West Rocks, site visits, observation and discussions with individuals

Stage 2 is gathering community input through this online engagement and the community workshop (5pm Wed 12 Dec at SWR Surf Club - please note that the workshop is now full. Community will have an opportunity to see draft plans in February 2019)

Stage 3 will be a draft redesign and a second round of engagement both online and a second workshop in 2019

Stage 4 will be final designs available for further comment through a formal public exhibition period

Stage 5 will be a report presented to Council with recommendations

Please get involved!

Council is also seeking community feedback on the Monument Point Walkway

Thanks for your interest and time - Feedback closes 17 December 2018

Have a great day

  • Horseshoe Bay Reserve Masterplan

    Hi there and thanks for your interest in this important project!

    Horseshoe Bay Reserve is having a review and refresh of the Masterplan, which is a long term strategic planning document to guide the overall vision and use of this beautiful space!

    Community feedback on the current Masterplan (adopted in 2014) has been collated and is available is the document library for your review 

    We are seeking community input based on those ongoing discussions to develop a new Masterplan for the Reserve. Please note that the Caravan Park is no longer a part of the Masterplan process and will be

    Hi there and thanks for your interest in this important project!

    Horseshoe Bay Reserve is having a review and refresh of the Masterplan, which is a long term strategic planning document to guide the overall vision and use of this beautiful space!

    Community feedback on the current Masterplan (adopted in 2014) has been collated and is available is the document library for your review 

    We are seeking community input based on those ongoing discussions to develop a new Masterplan for the Reserve. Please note that the Caravan Park is no longer a part of the Masterplan process and will be managed under a seperate Plan of Management. For the same reasons, the Surf Club is not being considered in the Masterplan. 

    We welcome your feedback in this process. 

    Surveys close on 17 December. Information will be used to inform a new plan that will be presented for feedback in early 2019. 

    This survey will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete and needs to be done in one sitting. 

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