Stuarts Point Holiday Park

The Holiday Park is a key part of the Stuarts Point Foreshore precinct. Council have been working with the community on a Development Plan for the Stuarts Point Reserve and Holiday Park.

This feedback is part of the planning underway to carry out a $3.4 million upgrade, funded through grants and Council contributions, that will see major improvements made to the Reserve and to the entrance of the Holiday Park. Find out more here.

Council is actively seeking grant funding opportunities to carry out other significant upgrades to the Holiday Park itself to allow for sustainable and efficient operation of the Park as a key local business.

Unfunded work in the Development Plan includes;

  • Three new riverfront cabins adjacent to the footbridge, two will be accessible for people with disabilities
  • A new workshop and compound area to allow for efficient park maintenance and storage
  • Additional short-term sites along the western boundary of the park
  • A new camp kitchen with improved facilities centrally located
  • A new main amenity building to replace the existing building
  • Eight new riverfront tourist sites on the area occupied by the existing amenity building
  • Improvement to seven existing roadside camp sites in the southern precinct

Have your say on this concept and the proposed changes to the Holiday Park layout by completing the below submission.

Submissions will close on 14 June 2019. Council will then consider feedback and funding options before undertaking more detailed planning and engagement.

Read the Stuarts Point Foreshore Development media release HERE


The Holiday Park is a key part of the Stuarts Point Foreshore precinct. Council have been working with the community on a Development Plan for the Stuarts Point Reserve and Holiday Park.

This feedback is part of the planning underway to carry out a $3.4 million upgrade, funded through grants and Council contributions, that will see major improvements made to the Reserve and to the entrance of the Holiday Park. Find out more here.

Council is actively seeking grant funding opportunities to carry out other significant upgrades to the Holiday Park itself to allow for sustainable and efficient operation of the Park as a key local business.

Unfunded work in the Development Plan includes;

  • Three new riverfront cabins adjacent to the footbridge, two will be accessible for people with disabilities
  • A new workshop and compound area to allow for efficient park maintenance and storage
  • Additional short-term sites along the western boundary of the park
  • A new camp kitchen with improved facilities centrally located
  • A new main amenity building to replace the existing building
  • Eight new riverfront tourist sites on the area occupied by the existing amenity building
  • Improvement to seven existing roadside camp sites in the southern precinct

Have your say on this concept and the proposed changes to the Holiday Park layout by completing the below submission.

Submissions will close on 14 June 2019. Council will then consider feedback and funding options before undertaking more detailed planning and engagement.

Read the Stuarts Point Foreshore Development media release HERE


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