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STUARTS POINT

A fisherman's paradise, Stuarts Point offers endless opportunities to cast a line, enjoy canoeing or kayaking. The small, peaceful town has a strong sense of community spirit. This page aims to bring together projects happening within Stuarts Point for community engagement and feedback.




What has been happening?

Stuarts Point Foreshore Reserve: A new foreshore has been developed including a new boat ramp, amenities, playground, BBQ area, footbridge, road and carpark.

Stuarts Point Holiday Park: Feedback from community and local holiday makers was sought on the safety and layout of the park.

Stuarts Point Community Catch-Up: Held on the 13th May 2021 with almost 60 community members in attendance.

Community Prepardness Survey, facilitated by the Community Resilience Team (CRT) to help the community prepare for emergency situations.

Road restoration works, Stuarts Point: Council has already carried out emergency works as a result of the March 2021 flood event that caused significant damage to roads in and around Stuarts Point, including Grassy Head Road, Second Avenue, Third Avenue, and Fishermans Reach Road.

Stuarts Point Sewerage Scheme: Kempsey Shire Council is committed to delivering a modern wastewater management system to the communities of Stuarts Point, Grassy Head, and Fishermans Reach. The scheme will have a positive environmental impact, eliminating odors and water quality issues associated with wet weather overflows due to the area’s shallow groundwater tables.



STUARTS POINT

A fisherman's paradise, Stuarts Point offers endless opportunities to cast a line, enjoy canoeing or kayaking. The small, peaceful town has a strong sense of community spirit. This page aims to bring together projects happening within Stuarts Point for community engagement and feedback.




What has been happening?

Stuarts Point Foreshore Reserve: A new foreshore has been developed including a new boat ramp, amenities, playground, BBQ area, footbridge, road and carpark.

Stuarts Point Holiday Park: Feedback from community and local holiday makers was sought on the safety and layout of the park.

Stuarts Point Community Catch-Up: Held on the 13th May 2021 with almost 60 community members in attendance.

Community Prepardness Survey, facilitated by the Community Resilience Team (CRT) to help the community prepare for emergency situations.

Road restoration works, Stuarts Point: Council has already carried out emergency works as a result of the March 2021 flood event that caused significant damage to roads in and around Stuarts Point, including Grassy Head Road, Second Avenue, Third Avenue, and Fishermans Reach Road.

Stuarts Point Sewerage Scheme: Kempsey Shire Council is committed to delivering a modern wastewater management system to the communities of Stuarts Point, Grassy Head, and Fishermans Reach. The scheme will have a positive environmental impact, eliminating odors and water quality issues associated with wet weather overflows due to the area’s shallow groundwater tables.



Page last updated: 24 Nov 2021, 11:25 AM