Sustainable Tourism Infrastructure Projects

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Shoalhaven City Council is pleased to announce funding for seven sustainable tourism projects to improve infrastructure around some of the City’s most popular tourist destinations. Earlier this year, Council successfully obtained grant funding of $5.3 Million under the NSW Government’s Restart NSW Infrastructure Grant.

The $5.3 Million together with $1.63 Million of Council funding and an $80,000 in-kind contribution from the Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council (ULALC) will see the following projects undertaken within the next three years:

Plantation Point – construction of accessible loop pathways linking the beach, playground and amenities to the existing shared pathway. The

Shoalhaven City Council is pleased to announce funding for seven sustainable tourism projects to improve infrastructure around some of the City’s most popular tourist destinations. Earlier this year, Council successfully obtained grant funding of $5.3 Million under the NSW Government’s Restart NSW Infrastructure Grant.

The $5.3 Million together with $1.63 Million of Council funding and an $80,000 in-kind contribution from the Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council (ULALC) will see the following projects undertaken within the next three years:

Plantation Point – construction of accessible loop pathways linking the beach, playground and amenities to the existing shared pathway. The grant funding will also provide a financial contribution to the new amenities building including a lift and change table, carpark improvements and accessible parking. For further details visit the Upgrades at Plantation Point Reserve, Vincentia Get Involved web page.

Palm Beach/Sanctuary Point – accessible pathways, BBQ’s and picnic shelters and carpark improvements. For an overview of this project please refer to the Palm Beach Concept Plan D2 published in the Document Library on this Get Involved web page.

St Georges Basin/Sanctuary Point – Basin Walk – construction of over 2kms of accessible concrete path, improvements to the Basin Walk track including boardwalks, gravel paths and bridges. For an overview of this project please refer to the Basin Walk Concept Plan D3 published in the Document Library on this Get Involved web page.

Sanctuary Point/Bherwerre Wetland – construction of paths, boardwalks, accessible parking, paths, seating and signage. For an overview of this project please refer to the Bherwerre Wetland Concept Plan D4 published in the Document Library on this Get Involved web page.

Ulladulla Headland and Warden Head Walking Trails – resurfacing of existing tracks, construction of boardwalks and gravel paths, improvements to viewing areas and signage, sculpture by ULALC. For an overview of the project please refer to the Ulladulla – Warden Head and North Head Walking Trails Concept Plans D6, D6-1, D6-2 published in the Document Library on this Get Involved web page.

Murramarang Coastal Walk Extension – upgraded beach access, improvements to existing tracks and wayfinding signage. For an overview of the project please refer to the Murramarang Coastal Walk Extension Plan D7, D7-1, D7-2, D7-3, D7-4, D7-5, D7-6 published in the Document Library on this Get Involved web page.

Hyams Beach – upgrade to the existing amenities, improved pedestrian access, upgrade of BBQ’s picnic shelters and beach access. For an overview of this project, please refer to the Hyams Beach Get Involved Page.

These projects are proudly supported by the NSW Government.

  • Ray Brooks Reserve Car Park Improvement Works

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    12 Nov 2020
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    Council’s Sustainable Tourism Project at Ray Brooks Reserve, Palm Beach is progressing well, with concrete works nearing completion.

    There will be no vehicle access to the Reserve from Monday 16 November until Tuesday 1 December 2020 to allow for car park improvement works. This closure period is subject to weather conditions. Pedestrian access will be permitted during this time.

  • Project Update - Newsletter Issue no. 1

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    04 Nov 2020
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    Shoalhaven City Council was awarded a 5.3M grant from the NSW Government in early 2020, a real win for the region. Combined with $1.63M from Shoalhaven City Council and $80,000 from the Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council, this funding will enable upgrades to some of our most popular tourist destinations.

    We will share the progress of this exciting project with community in this regular newsletter.

    Please take a look at the Project Update Newsletter Issue no. 1 published in the 'Document Library' on this web page.

  • Have Your Say!

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    20 Aug 2020
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    Shoalhaven City Council is asking for your input into the proposed plans for the following six sustainable tourism projects designed to improve infrastructure around some of the City’s most popular tourist destinations.

    The $5.3 Million Restart NSW Infrastructure Grant, together with $1.63 Million Council funding and an $80,000 sculpture in-kind contribution from the Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council will see these projects undertaken within the next three years:

    Plantation PointFor further details visit the Upgrades at Plantation Point Reserve, Vincentia Get Involved web page.

    Palm Beach/Sanctuary Point – Refer to the Palm Beach Concept Plan D2 published in the Document Library on this Get Involved web page.

    St Georges Basin/Sanctuary Point – Basin Walk – Refer to the Basin Walk Concept Plan D3 published in the Document Library on this Get Involved web page.

    Sanctuary Point/Bherwerre Wetland – Refer to the Bherwerre Wetland Concept Plan D4 published in the Document Library on this Get Involved web page.

    Ulladulla Headland and Warden Head Walking Trails – Refer to the Ulladulla – Warden Head and North Head Walking Trails Concept Plans D6, D6-1, D6-2 published in the Document Library on this Get Involved web page.

    Murramarang Coastal Walk Extension – Refer to the Murramarang Coastal Walk Extension Plan D7, D7-1, D7-2, D7-3, D7-4, D7-5, D7-6 published in the Document Library on this Get Involved web page.

    Thank you for your input. The survey has now closed.