Stuarts Point Foreshore Reserve

Background to the Stuarts Point Foreshore Reserve Development Plan:

Council recently adopted a Development Plan for the revitalisation of the Stuarts Point Foreshore Reserve to maximise recreational opportunities for residents and visitors while allowing for the efficient and effective operation of the Holiday Park as a key business. You can read the full media release here and view the adopted plans here

Moving forward - Future Works

Work has begun on preparing detailed designs and construction plans for the $3.4 million works which are jointly funded by the NSW Government under its Restart NSW Regional Growth – Environment and Tourism Fund and Council.

That funding will deliver:

  • New 2-lane boat ramp and car and trailer parking to improve river access for fishing and other boating activities
  • Relocated fish cleaning table
  • Expanded riverfront picnic and barbeque area
  • New children’s playground within the picnic area
  • New foreshore pathways
  • New public toilet facilities
  • An outdoor stage for concerts and events
  • Additional public car parking along a new access road
  • New carpark at the footbridge with vehicle turnaround accessible parking
  • New timber wharf/boardwalk along the riverbank at the head of the carpark
  • New entrance, office and manager’s residence for the Holiday Park including entry check-in bay and two-way entry/exit road
  • A new amenity building for the northern part of the park

The reserve’s boat ramp improvements are funded by a $250,000 grant under the Boating Now program and are scheduled to begin mid-year.

New playground equipment community feedback survey

As part of this first stage of works, Council will remove existing, ageing play equipment within the reserve and replace it with a more modern version. You can view the proposed equipment plans HERE

Tell us what you think about the proposed new playground equipment via this survey HERE

Playground submissions close at 8:30am on Monday, 17 June 2019.

Holiday Park Survey

While consultation on the Masterplan overall has closed, Council want to continue the conversation about the reconfiguration of the Holiday Park. Have your say specifically on the layout of the Holiday Park HERE. The Holiday Park survey closes 14 June


Background to the Stuarts Point Foreshore Reserve Development Plan:

Council recently adopted a Development Plan for the revitalisation of the Stuarts Point Foreshore Reserve to maximise recreational opportunities for residents and visitors while allowing for the efficient and effective operation of the Holiday Park as a key business. You can read the full media release here and view the adopted plans here

Moving forward - Future Works

Work has begun on preparing detailed designs and construction plans for the $3.4 million works which are jointly funded by the NSW Government under its Restart NSW Regional Growth – Environment and Tourism Fund and Council.

That funding will deliver:

  • New 2-lane boat ramp and car and trailer parking to improve river access for fishing and other boating activities
  • Relocated fish cleaning table
  • Expanded riverfront picnic and barbeque area
  • New children’s playground within the picnic area
  • New foreshore pathways
  • New public toilet facilities
  • An outdoor stage for concerts and events
  • Additional public car parking along a new access road
  • New carpark at the footbridge with vehicle turnaround accessible parking
  • New timber wharf/boardwalk along the riverbank at the head of the carpark
  • New entrance, office and manager’s residence for the Holiday Park including entry check-in bay and two-way entry/exit road
  • A new amenity building for the northern part of the park

The reserve’s boat ramp improvements are funded by a $250,000 grant under the Boating Now program and are scheduled to begin mid-year.

New playground equipment community feedback survey

As part of this first stage of works, Council will remove existing, ageing play equipment within the reserve and replace it with a more modern version. You can view the proposed equipment plans HERE

Tell us what you think about the proposed new playground equipment via this survey HERE

Playground submissions close at 8:30am on Monday, 17 June 2019.

Holiday Park Survey

While consultation on the Masterplan overall has closed, Council want to continue the conversation about the reconfiguration of the Holiday Park. Have your say specifically on the layout of the Holiday Park HERE. The Holiday Park survey closes 14 June


CLOSED: This quick poll has concluded.

What part of the proposed foreshore reserve improvements is most important to you?

New boat ramp
0%
New playground
50%
Improved parking
0%
Picnic spaces and BBQs
0%
Open performance space
0%
New amenities
50%
Total Votes : 6