Normanville Foreshore and Jetty Caravan Park Masterplan
Normanville Foreshore is set to become safer more inclusive and even better with Council adopting the detailed Masterplan at the July Council meeting.
The plan will revitalize the foreshore with new dining areas, a new Surf Life Saving Club, more recreation space, improved access while protecting the heritage sand dunes.
Safety will be improved for pedestrians by reconfiguring the road, carpark and providing the Surf Club direct access to the beach from their clubhouse.
The foreshore will become more inclusive with improved access to the jetty, beach and Surf Club removing barriers for those living with a disability, mobility issue or simply pushing a pram.
We know Normanville Foreshore holds a special place in the hearts of many, so we plan to make it even better by creating more recreation space with the addition of a nature play space while maintaining the same amount of lawns, carparks and maintaining boat launching access.
Local Government is at its best when listening and acting on feedback from the community, our Masterplan has been improved with over 20 changes based on community feedback.
The project has an emphasis on supporting local including, creating local jobs, using local suppliers, supporting local businesses and providing improved facilities for the local community.
The Masterplan has been over five years in the making and Council has now successfully secured over $6 million in external funding towards the project.
This consultation has concluded, you can view the Decision and Council Report and adopted Masterplan in the 'Outcome & Final Report' section on this page.