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Help improve foreshore recreation in the Georges River area


Georges River Council is seeking community feedback on the Draft Georges River Foreshore Access and Improvement Plan, to help enhance publicly owned foreshore for recreational purposes.

18.5 kilometres of publicly owned foreshore managed by Council is covered in the draft Plan, extending from Captain Cook Bridge, Sans Souci to Riverwood Park on Salt Pan Creek, Riverwood.

The draft Plan identifies foreshore improvement works to enhance amenity and leisure opportunities, including the creation of walking and cycling trails, and aims to deliver resilient estuarine ecosystems along the foreshore areas of the Georges River area.

Feedback from the community will be incorporated in the final Georges River Foreshore Access and Improvement Plan, which will be brought to Council for adoption.

Created in partnership with the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s Coastal and Estuary Grants Program, the draft Plan identifies links between key foreshore areas and opportunities to create robust foreshore ecosystems and liveable community places.

The Draft Georges River Foreshore Access and Improvement Plan is on public exhibition at Your Say Georges River until 3 August 2020:
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