Coast Park Consultation

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Help shape the future of Coast Park

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Coast Park is a State Government initiative which will extend along the metropolitan coastline from North Haven to Sellicks Beach. The final section of Coast Park to be designed in the City of Charles Sturt is the 4.8km section running from Grange to Semaphore Park.

With numerous spatial and environmental considerations, the project has experienced high levels of community interest. The Coast Park Project Reference Group was formed in December 2013 to collaboratively progress the project.


The Coast Park Grange to Semaphore Park Planning Study and Reference Group Feedback Report provides a collective summary of six months of work between the Reference Group, design consultants and Council. They provide detailed information on design precedents and principles, site conditions and constraints the Reference Group’s recommended preferred path alignment and alternate options.


Consultation on the options

We invite community members to comment on this important coastal project.



Attend one of the Speak Out event at Charles Sturt Civic Centre 72 Woodville Road:


  • Sunday 26 October 2-4.30pm
  • Tuesday 28 October 5-7.30pm


Attend a Coast Park Project Reference Group meeting, meet members and discuss their preferred option:


  • Wednesday 22 October, 6.30-8pm, Charles Sturt Civic Centre
  • RSVPS essential for this meeting - phone 8408 1364.


For more information contact Valli. Consultation is open 29 September to 7 November 2014.





Help shape the future of Coast Park

*Consultation is now closed*

Coast Park is a State Government initiative which will extend along the metropolitan coastline from North Haven to Sellicks Beach. The final section of Coast Park to be designed in the City of Charles Sturt is the 4.8km section running from Grange to Semaphore Park.

With numerous spatial and environmental considerations, the project has experienced high levels of community interest. The Coast Park Project Reference Group was formed in December 2013 to collaboratively progress the project.


The Coast Park Grange to Semaphore Park Planning Study and Reference Group Feedback Report provides a collective summary of six months of work between the Reference Group, design consultants and Council. They provide detailed information on design precedents and principles, site conditions and constraints the Reference Group’s recommended preferred path alignment and alternate options.


Consultation on the options

We invite community members to comment on this important coastal project.



Attend one of the Speak Out event at Charles Sturt Civic Centre 72 Woodville Road:


  • Sunday 26 October 2-4.30pm
  • Tuesday 28 October 5-7.30pm


Attend a Coast Park Project Reference Group meeting, meet members and discuss their preferred option:


  • Wednesday 22 October, 6.30-8pm, Charles Sturt Civic Centre
  • RSVPS essential for this meeting - phone 8408 1364.


For more information contact Valli. Consultation is open 29 September to 7 November 2014.


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    What are your thoughts on Coast Park Project Reference Groups recommended preferred path alignment ? How could it be improved?

    The Coast Park Project Reference Groups recommended preferred path alignment proposes a comprised solution and features:

    • natural surface path beachfront path south of Fort Street
    • 'dual paths' which combines a hard surface shared use path along Seaview and Military Roads and informal natural surface path along the beachfront
    • activity nodes at key locations 
    • no Coast Park path is proposed through Tennyson Dune area (as directed by the Minister) with a shared use path skirting the site along Military Road.

    What are your thoughts on Coast Park Project Reference Groups recommended preferred path alignment ? How could it be improved?

    The Coast Park Project Reference Groups recommended preferred path alignment proposes a comprised solution and features:

    • natural surface path beachfront path south of Fort Street
    • 'dual paths' which combines a hard surface shared use path along Seaview and Military Roads and informal natural surface path along the beachfront
    • activity nodes at key locations 
    • no Coast Park path is proposed through Tennyson Dune area (as directed by the Minister) with a shared use path skirting the site along Military Road.
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    What are your thoughts on Option 2? How could it be improved?

    Option 2 proposes a shared use path primarily along the beachfront. It proposes activity nodes at key locations. No Coast Park path is proposed through Tennyson Dune area (as directed by the Minister), with the shared use path skirting the site along Military Road.


    What are your thoughts on Option 2? How could it be improved?

    Option 2 proposes a shared use path primarily along the beachfront. It proposes activity nodes at key locations. No Coast Park path is proposed through Tennyson Dune area (as directed by the Minister), with the shared use path skirting the site along Military Road.


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    What are your thoughts on Option 3? How could it be improved?

    Option 3 proposes a path along Seaview and Military Roads. Beachfront path is provided south of Fort Street only. Activity nodes are proposed at key locations. No Coast Park path is proposed through Tennyson Dune area (as directed by the Minister), with the shared use path skirting the site along Military Road.


    What are your thoughts on Option 3? How could it be improved?

    Option 3 proposes a path along Seaview and Military Roads. Beachfront path is provided south of Fort Street only. Activity nodes are proposed at key locations. No Coast Park path is proposed through Tennyson Dune area (as directed by the Minister), with the shared use path skirting the site along Military Road.


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    What are your thoughts on Option 4? How could it be improved?

    Option 4 proposes a path primarily along Military Road. Beachfront path is provided south of Fort Street only. Activity nodes are proposed at key locations. No Coast Park path is proposed through Tennyson Dune area (as directed by the Minister), with the shared use path skirting the site along Military Road.


    What are your thoughts on Option 4? How could it be improved?

    Option 4 proposes a path primarily along Military Road. Beachfront path is provided south of Fort Street only. Activity nodes are proposed at key locations. No Coast Park path is proposed through Tennyson Dune area (as directed by the Minister), with the shared use path skirting the site along Military Road.


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