Coast Park - Speak Out

This consultation has concluded.

Help plan the future of Coast Park!

Coast Park is a State Government initiative which, when finished, will extend along the metropolitan coastline providing a 75km recreational trail from North Haven to Sellicks Beach.

To date Charles Sturt has built approximately 7km of Coast Park. Existing sections vary considerably in width, but consistently feature a recreation reserve and shared use path that runs along the foreshore. Completed sections of Coast Park are well used by local residents and visitors for walking, cycling, running, skating and dog walking. It provides access to the coastal foreshore for wheelchairs, gophers and prams.

The final section of Coast Park to be delivered runs from Grange to Semaphore Park. No design work has been done on this final section yet.

Consultation

Speak Out consultation was open from 27 May to 14 June. Community feedback is currently being analysed and will be reported back to council on 12 August. The community feedback report is available here.

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Pre-Consultation

A series of pre-consultation meetings were held with key stakeholders earlier in the year. The pre-consultation summary report is available here.

Help plan the future of Coast Park!

Coast Park is a State Government initiative which, when finished, will extend along the metropolitan coastline providing a 75km recreational trail from North Haven to Sellicks Beach.

To date Charles Sturt has built approximately 7km of Coast Park. Existing sections vary considerably in width, but consistently feature a recreation reserve and shared use path that runs along the foreshore. Completed sections of Coast Park are well used by local residents and visitors for walking, cycling, running, skating and dog walking. It provides access to the coastal foreshore for wheelchairs, gophers and prams.

The final section of Coast Park to be delivered runs from Grange to Semaphore Park. No design work has been done on this final section yet.

Consultation

Speak Out consultation was open from 27 May to 14 June. Community feedback is currently being analysed and will be reported back to council on 12 August. The community feedback report is available here.

Mailing List

To receive updates on project progress please join the project mailing list.

Pre-Consultation

A series of pre-consultation meetings were held with key stakeholders earlier in the year. The pre-consultation summary report is available here.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
Discussions: All (5) Open (5)
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    The Tennyson Dunes are a fragile remnant system containing rare and vulnerable plants and vegetation that must be protected for future generations. How can we create a Coast Park that protects and enhance this valuable resource?

    The Tennyson Dunes are a fragile remnant system containing rare and vulnerable plants and vegetation that must be protected for future generations. How can we create a Coast Park that protects and enhance this valuable resource?

  • Accessibility

    about 6 years ago

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    The coastline from North Haven to Sellicks Beach is public property and should be equally accessible by all. How can we create an accessible Coast Park?

    The coastline from North Haven to Sellicks Beach is public property and should be equally accessible by all. How can we create an accessible Coast Park?

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    Most other sections of Coast Park in metropolitan Adelaide feature a shared use path that runs adjacent to the foreshore.

    Should a section of the path be diverted a distance off the foreshore - what length of path diversion would be acceptable for you?

    Most other sections of Coast Park in metropolitan Adelaide feature a shared use path that runs adjacent to the foreshore.

    Should a section of the path be diverted a distance off the foreshore - what length of path diversion would be acceptable for you?

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    Do you use other sections of the Coast Park? What has been your experience of using the existing shared use paths?

    What are your thoughts about shared use paths in general?

    Do you use other sections of the Coast Park? What has been your experience of using the existing shared use paths?

    What are your thoughts about shared use paths in general?

  • Design Ideas

    about 6 years ago

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    Coast Park provides more than a shared use pathway. Site permitting it can also provide a recreational corridor of open space.  What are your design ideas for Coast Park from Grange to Semaphore Park?

    Coast Park provides more than a shared use pathway. Site permitting it can also provide a recreational corridor of open space.  What are your design ideas for Coast Park from Grange to Semaphore Park?