Council Projects

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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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East Wynyard Playground

Waratah-Wynyard Council has partnered with the Rotary Club of Wynyard to replace the existing Rotary Park playground at East Wynyard to create a safe, fun and vibrant space that caters for a wider age group (ages 2 to 12) and meets changing community expectations for outdoor play areas.

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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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Cardigan Street Recreation Ground Upgrades

Works are planned to improve the Cardigan Street Recreation Ground by realigning the pitch, extending underground irrigation and renewing the goals and perimeter ball-catching fences.

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Round One of the LRCI Grants Program saw more than $550,000 in funding distributed among projects from Somerset to Sisters Bach, including the installation of virtual fencing at Sisters Beach to help reduce native animal road fatalities.

Virtual fencing a welcome move to help reduce Devil road fatalities

The state’s iconic Tasmanian Devil is a little safer thanks to the installation of virtual fencing at Sisters Beac

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