Proposed BMX Pump Track - Jerry Bailey Oval - Shoalhaven Heads - Community Consultation

Consultation via the survey has concluded. 

Small colour Image of the plan for the Proposed BMX Pump Track at Jerry Bailey Oval in Shoalhaven Heads

Shoalhaven City Council has received a proposal from the Shoalhaven Heads Community Forum to construct a BMX pump track in Jerry Bailey Oval at Shoalhaven Heads.

Council is seeking community feedback on the proposed BMX Pump Track as per Council's Policy (POL16/109 – Provision of Local Area BMX Circuits). Under the Policy, Council may contribute up to $7,000 for the provision of a Pump Track. Community feedback is sought from Saturday 18 August to Friday 7 September 2018 (inclusive).

What is a Pump Track?

A pump track is a type of off-road terrain for cycle sports, consisting of a circuit of banked turns and humps. The proposed BMX pump track includes the importation of clean fill to create mounds and turns.

Where is the Pump Track proposed to go?

The proposed location and concept layout is provided in the attached plan. The location of the proposed Pump Track is within close proximity to the existing learn to ride circuit and skate park. The subject site is zoned RE1 Public Recreation under the Shoalhaven Local Environmental Plan 2014.

Get Involved

Community members are invited to provide feedback on the BMX Pump Track Proposal. Please click on the below "Complete Form" button to participate in a Community Consultation Survey.

if you wish to register your interest to receive updates on this project - please click on the "Stay Informed" button on this page.

Alternatively, you may wish to write a submission on the proposal. Written submissions must quote Council’s reference 2358E and should be addressed to the General Manager, Shoalhaven City Council, PO Box 42, Nowra 2541 or emailed to council@shoalhaven.nsw.gov.au before 5pm Friday 7 September 2018.

Please note that correspondence submitted to Council on this matter may be open to public inspection without notifying the correspondents. Pre-printed form letters, which have been individually signed will be considered but not formally acknowledged.

Enquiries should be directed to the Shoalhaven City Council - Recreation, Community & Culture Group on tel: (02) 4429 3672.

Shoalhaven City Council has received a proposal from the Shoalhaven Heads Community Forum to construct a BMX pump track in Jerry Bailey Oval at Shoalhaven Heads.

Council is seeking community feedback on the proposed BMX Pump Track as per Council's Policy (POL16/109 – Provision of Local Area BMX Circuits). Under the Policy, Council may contribute up to $7,000 for the provision of a Pump Track. Community feedback is sought from Saturday 18 August to Friday 7 September 2018 (inclusive).

What is a Pump Track?

A pump track is a type of off-road terrain for cycle sports, consisting of a circuit of banked turns and humps. The proposed BMX pump track includes the importation of clean fill to create mounds and turns.

Where is the Pump Track proposed to go?

The proposed location and concept layout is provided in the attached plan. The location of the proposed Pump Track is within close proximity to the existing learn to ride circuit and skate park. The subject site is zoned RE1 Public Recreation under the Shoalhaven Local Environmental Plan 2014.

Get Involved

Community members are invited to provide feedback on the BMX Pump Track Proposal. Please click on the below "Complete Form" button to participate in a Community Consultation Survey.

if you wish to register your interest to receive updates on this project - please click on the "Stay Informed" button on this page.

Alternatively, you may wish to write a submission on the proposal. Written submissions must quote Council’s reference 2358E and should be addressed to the General Manager, Shoalhaven City Council, PO Box 42, Nowra 2541 or emailed to council@shoalhaven.nsw.gov.au before 5pm Friday 7 September 2018.

Please note that correspondence submitted to Council on this matter may be open to public inspection without notifying the correspondents. Pre-printed form letters, which have been individually signed will be considered but not formally acknowledged.

Enquiries should be directed to the Shoalhaven City Council - Recreation, Community & Culture Group on tel: (02) 4429 3672.

  • Feedback for BMX Pump Track - Shoalhaven Heads

    Shoalhaven City Council welcomes your input on the BMX Pump Track Proposal at Jerry Bailey Oval in Shoalhaven Heads.

    Shoalhaven City Council welcomes your input on the BMX Pump Track Proposal at Jerry Bailey Oval in Shoalhaven Heads.

    Consultation via the survey has concluded.