Community Works – Includes Current Status of Pathways.

          Area map of the 5 villages and possible pathways linking them. Detailed explanations appear  below map :

CURRENT STATUS OF THE 5 VILLAGES PATHWAY LINKS

AND POSSIBLE FUTURE WALKING TRACKS, PATHWAYS AND  BOARDWALKS. 

Other options and suggestions are most welcome.

1.Manyana / Bendalong link. Inclusive pathway. Finishing stages. Various funding sources. Managed by RHVA.

2.Cunjurong / Berringer link. Inclusive pathway. Shovel ready and partially funded from Cunjurong fire shed to Sunset Strip, managed by RHVA. Awaiting results of heritage search for Berringer section which should take approx. 12 months and with approval would enter design stage.

3.Cunjurong shop to Manyana link. Identified as a possible route but crosses green corridor

4.Beach access to Manyana beach from new estate. Co funding by developer and Shoalhaven City Council managed by RHVA. Awaiting consent to commence work.

5.Sunset Strip west to Manyana Beach. Follows easement so very feasible option. Lends itself to the possibility of an elevated boardwalk due to the wet areas in the vicinit

6.Tram line Bendalong to Washerwoman’s Beach. Failed to be included in master plan of Boat Harbour but still a future option. This may be best in the nature of a soft surface giving its closeness to the beach.

7.Washerwoman’s Beach to Dee Beach. Follows easement so may be possible. Council would probably want this one to be inclusive (hard surface)

 

 

 

Important information from Council
Advice has been sent to all residents within a 1 km radius of the sewerage treatment plant that a 1080 Wild dog /Fox Baiting and Ejector Poisoning Program will take place in the area from 27th August to 14 December, 2018. After that, all ejectors and remaining baits will be collected and disposed of accordingly.1080 Poisoning notices will be erected at each baiting site. It is recommended that if domestic dogs are in the immediate area they are to be locked up, restrained or effectively controlled.

 

THE PATHWAY IS NEARLY COMPLETE

THANKS TO MICK AND HIS VOLUNTEERS

NEARLY THERE!!

 

 

.MAKING PROGRESS

completed pathway