Kingscliff Central Park Concept Plans

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Tweed Shire Council is planning a new Kingscliff Central Park. Designed to provide a vibrant public open space linking the beach with the town's central business district, Council is keen to hear thoughts on the concept plans.

Have a look at the videos, check out the documents in the library and have your say in the discussion forum below.

Council is exhibiting concept plans for the Central Park, which include a boardwalk, landscaping, picnic shelters, play equipment and a larger ANZAC memorial space.

The Central Park is a major feature of the Kingscliff Foreshore Master Plan adopted by Council in July 2007, to establish a vision for future foreshore upgrade.

Kingscliff Central Park, located to the north of Cudgen Headland Surf Life Saving Club, will be a centrepiece of the Kingscliff foreshore and a community hub for the town. It will serve as a venue for festivals and performances and a gathering place for locals and visitors to Marine Parade's shops and cafes.

The Central Park is part of the master plan's next stage comrpisng a three-step process for the foreshore between Cudgen Headland Surf Life Saving Club and the Kingscliff Beach (Bowling) Club.

  • Step 1- Restore the adjacent stretch of beach by sand nourishment
  • Step 2 - Redevelop the Kingscliff Holiday Park and reduce its size
  • Step 3 - Create the Kingscliff Central Park on the land vacated by the reduced Kingscliff Beach Holiday Park.

Tweed Shire Council is planning a new Kingscliff Central Park. Designed to provide a vibrant public open space linking the beach with the town's central business district, Council is keen to hear thoughts on the concept plans.

Have a look at the videos, check out the documents in the library and have your say in the discussion forum below.

Council is exhibiting concept plans for the Central Park, which include a boardwalk, landscaping, picnic shelters, play equipment and a larger ANZAC memorial space.

The Central Park is a major feature of the Kingscliff Foreshore Master Plan adopted by Council in July 2007, to establish a vision for future foreshore upgrade.

Kingscliff Central Park, located to the north of Cudgen Headland Surf Life Saving Club, will be a centrepiece of the Kingscliff foreshore and a community hub for the town. It will serve as a venue for festivals and performances and a gathering place for locals and visitors to Marine Parade's shops and cafes.

The Central Park is part of the master plan's next stage comrpisng a three-step process for the foreshore between Cudgen Headland Surf Life Saving Club and the Kingscliff Beach (Bowling) Club.

  • Step 1- Restore the adjacent stretch of beach by sand nourishment
  • Step 2 - Redevelop the Kingscliff Holiday Park and reduce its size
  • Step 3 - Create the Kingscliff Central Park on the land vacated by the reduced Kingscliff Beach Holiday Park.
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