Notice of Closure of Lake Conjola Access Track – Aboriginal Cultural Heritage – Shell Midden
be advised that Council will be temporarily closing down a lake access
track from York St, Cunjurong Point, to the foreshore of Lake Conjola as
per map below.
reason for the closure of the access track, is the discovery by
Council, of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage items, in the form of a shell
midden, that is being directly impacted
by the access track. Council is required under the NSW National Parks
and Wildlife Act 1974 to mitigate any damage to Aboriginal cultural
heritage items, such as shell middens. For more information on shell
middens types and where they found see
contractors have been requested to temporarily close the track with
signage and Council have advised the NSW Office of Environment and
Heritage (OEH) in Wollongong. Council
have requested from NSW OEH to realign the track under a Conservation
Agreement as soon as possible.
Please call me if you would like to discuss this matter further 44293300
Regarding a request from RHVA for a barrier to prevent vehicle access to the bush reserve off Alaska St, at the bottom of Quebec St, council has advised that this section of the reserve is a legal road owned by the Crown. Thus, a request for a gate needs to be approved by the RMS, Crown Lands and then put on public exhibition. If everyone gives approval, council can proceed with installing a barrier.
The process has been initiated by SCC. Council considers Christmas 2019 to be a realistic time frame, due to the administrative procedures that need to be followed in this case, and the amount of projects that council is currently dealing with.
3pm at the hall at Yulunga Reserve.
Nominations opened on May 1 for these awards, closing 12 July (Volunteer of the Year Award) and 31 July (Regional and Achievement and Community Awards) 2019. More information can be found below:
2019 NSW Volunteer of the Year Awards – Information for Nominators
Senior Geography students at Ulladulla High School are once again studying Bendalong Boat Habour, examining its history, impacts of human activity, degradation, community input and maintenance.
The students have prepared a short online community survey that takes only 5 minutes to complete.
This is a wonderful example of school engagement with the local community and the students would be very grateful for your contribution.
Click here to complete the survey.
The next general RHVA meeting date has been moved to May 25 due to the Federal Election. As our community hall is used as a polling booth, our meeting has been pushed forward one week. Still 3pm, Yulunga Hall. See you there!