Council Projects

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Fossil Bluff and Surrounding Trails Master Plan

The Fossil Bluff and Surrounding Trails Master Plan has been developed with the intent of providing a roadmap for the future development and management of Fossil Bluff Reserve and its surrounding trails.

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Wynyard Sports Precinct

Waratah-Wynyard Council adopted an Open Space, Sport and Recreation Plan (OSSR) in 2017 and as part of that strategy, a Wynyard Sporting Precinct was proposed. Development of the proposed precinct has progressed through the use of concepts and ideas generated by the OSSR report and from meetings with each of the clubs and key stakeholders within the sports precinct.

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Yolla Public Toilet

Council has received community feedback suggesting that a public toilet is desired within Yolla. The closest public toilet to Yolla is within the Somerset CBD which is approximately 17 minutes’ drive by car. If travelling south past Yolla, the next closest toilet is another 27 minutes’ drive and located at the Hellyer Gorge Rest Stop. This means that at a minimum, travellers heading south from Somerset will need to travel at least 44 minutes before reaching a toilet, depending on the route chosen.

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ANZAC Park all-abilities playground

Local charitable organisation The Fairy Godmothers, in partnership with the Waratah-Wynyard Council, has secured funding to construct a destination play-space that will realise the vision for a park that is fun, inclusive and accessible for everyone.

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Cam River Master Plan

The Cam River Master Plan sets out to address key objectives of managing safety and pedestrian circulation, enhancing and protecting the natural values of the reserve and creating a natural entrance to the eastern side of the municipality.

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Wynyard Waterfront and Environs Masterplan Project

Wynyard‘s foreshore precinct is undergoing a multi-million dollar facelift that will connect the town centre and reinvigorate the waterfront.

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