Open Space Strategy

Win a stay at Kingscliff North Holiday Park valued at $560

The Draft Open Space Strategy sets out a decade-long plan to improve our parks, sports fields, natural areas, playgrounds and other open spaces.

Everyone who participates in the survey has the opportunity to enter a draw for a chance to win a three-night stay for a family of five in a Dreamtime Cabin at Kingscliff North Holiday Park, valued at $560.

Please note: The survey website has been optimised for viewing in a modern web browser.

Your feedback will help us understand what the community wants and how to prioritise the projects over the next 10 years’.The online survey closes on 16 December 2018.

Community Conversations

A series of Community Conversations are being held during October and November 2018. Seats are limited. For dates and to register visit tweedshire.eventbrite.com.au or phone our friendly customer contact team on (02) 6670 2400 or 1300 292 872.

Win a stay at Kingscliff North Holiday Park valued at $560

The Draft Open Space Strategy sets out a decade-long plan to improve our parks, sports fields, natural areas, playgrounds and other open spaces.

Everyone who participates in the survey has the opportunity to enter a draw for a chance to win a three-night stay for a family of five in a Dreamtime Cabin at Kingscliff North Holiday Park, valued at $560.

Please note: The survey website has been optimised for viewing in a modern web browser.

Your feedback will help us understand what the community wants and how to prioritise the projects over the next 10 years’.The online survey closes on 16 December 2018.

Community Conversations

A series of Community Conversations are being held during October and November 2018. Seats are limited. For dates and to register visit tweedshire.eventbrite.com.au or phone our friendly customer contact team on (02) 6670 2400 or 1300 292 872.

  • Win a stay at Kingscliff North Holiday Park

    3 days ago
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    With summer almost here and the Tweed’s beautiful natural areas ready for everyone to enjoy. We want to hear what residents think about the plans for parks and open spaces.

    The Draft Open Space Strategy sets out a decade-long plan to improve our parks, sports fields, natural areas, playgrounds and other open spaces.

    Manager Recreation Services, Stewart Brawley said the feedback will be used to roll out 10 years’ worth of projects across the Tweed.

    “Council has proposed over 200 projects across the Tweed including off-leash dog areas, bushland regeneration, shared pathways, skate parks, accessibility upgrades, and community gardens.

    “The...

    With summer almost here and the Tweed’s beautiful natural areas ready for everyone to enjoy. We want to hear what residents think about the plans for parks and open spaces.

    The Draft Open Space Strategy sets out a decade-long plan to improve our parks, sports fields, natural areas, playgrounds and other open spaces.

    Manager Recreation Services, Stewart Brawley said the feedback will be used to roll out 10 years’ worth of projects across the Tweed.

    “Council has proposed over 200 projects across the Tweed including off-leash dog areas, bushland regeneration, shared pathways, skate parks, accessibility upgrades, and community gardens.

    “The survey is vital to help us better understand what the community wants and how to prioritise the projects,” Mr Brawley said.

    “As the Tweed grows and our demographics change, the way we use our open spaces is changing and we need to work together to ensure everyone can enjoy them in the future.”

    You can complete the survey online or attend one of our Community Conversation events where you can provide feedback in person. We’ve already held 10 events across the Tweed, with another 5 to go.

    Residents can have their say by visiting www.yoursaytweed.com.au/openspaces. The online survey closes on 16 December 2018.

    Everyone who participates in the survey has the opportunity to enter a draw for a chance to win a three-night stay for a family of five in a Dreamtime Cabin at Kingscliff North Holiday Park, valued at $560.

    Community Conversations: To view dates, times and venues, visit www.yoursaytweed.com.au/openspace

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  • Community Conversations announced

    about 2 months ago
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    Do you love the great outdoors? Have your say on the Draft Open Space Strategy and help Council improve our community’s recreational spaces.

    Manager Recreation Services, Stewart Brawley, said our beautiful natural environment, unique recreational spaces, neighbourhood playgrounds and diverse parklands are the essence of why we all love to live in the Tweed.

    “These are the places we go to picnic with our family, play sport, explore with our children, ride our bicycles, go fishing, socialise, exercise the dog and simply enjoy nature,” Mr Brawley said.

    The Open Space Strategy will guide how...

    Do you love the great outdoors? Have your say on the Draft Open Space Strategy and help Council improve our community’s recreational spaces.

    Manager Recreation Services, Stewart Brawley, said our beautiful natural environment, unique recreational spaces, neighbourhood playgrounds and diverse parklands are the essence of why we all love to live in the Tweed.

    “These are the places we go to picnic with our family, play sport, explore with our children, ride our bicycles, go fishing, socialise, exercise the dog and simply enjoy nature,” Mr Brawley said.

    The Open Space Strategy will guide how Council manages, enhances and protects our parks, foreshores, sports fields, natural areas, pathways, trails and streetscapes over the next 10 years.

    The draft version of the Open Space Strategy is now on public exhibition and Council needs your input to help ensure it meets the needs of the community.

    “Based on previous feedback from the community, we’ve developed a list of important projects, upgrades and actions needed for local areas across the Tweed and we need your help to prioritise these projects. We want to know what is most important to you and your local community,” Mr Brawley said.

    We will be using this feedback to roll out 10 years’ of local projects including new playgrounds, new sports fields, new trails and pathways, access improvements and better protection and enhancement of environmentally and culturally significant areas.

    “So it’s important we hear from as many people as possible – we are encouraging everyone to get involved.”

    A series of Community Conversations will be held across the Tweed during October and November. Please note that the events at Uki, Burringbar, Stokers Siding and Tyalgum will also feature Community Conversations about the Rail Trail.

    Seats are limited. To register visit tweedshire.eventbrite.com.au or phone our friendly customer contact team on (02) 6670 2400 or 1300 292 872.