Youth Outdoor Recreation Action Plan

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YOUTH - What do YOUth want? | Outdoor public spaces | Sport and outdoor recreation facilities | Events and activities


Button to competition terms and conditions.Youth outdoor recreation survey open now!


Tell us:

  • What sport and outdoor recreation activities you like?
  • What new sport or outdoor recreation facilities you want?
  • What outdoor events and activities you want?


Button to take survey - for 12 to 24 years.If you are aged 12 to 24 years and live in the Tweed, complete the Youth outdoor recreation survey by 4pm on Friday 22 January 2021.

The survey will take about 5-10 minutes to complete and will inform the development of a Youth Outdoor Recreation Action Plan, and which projects are selected for the co-design workshops to be held in early 2021.

If you are not 12 to 24 years, we still want to hear from you, so please make a comment by 4pm on Friday 22 January 2021.

The Youth Outdoor Recreation Action Plan will improve the quality and diversity of sport and outdoor recreational facilities and activities for young people aged 12 to 24 years across the Tweed.

This project will build on the extensive community engagement conducted to develop Council’s Open Space Strategy 2019-2029 with children, youth and the broader community.

You told us you wanted more district levels parks, skate facilities, opportunities of biking, more green space and social spaces to be with family and friends. Now we want to know what these should look like. What should be included and how should they be designed.

The action plan will guide Council in its work with young people, the community and other key stakeholders to meet the recreational and social needs of young people and build a community-friendly shire over the next decade.


Co-design workshops

Young people are invited to join industry experts and the broader community to co-design new public spaces, sport and outdoor recreation facilities and events.

The specific co-designed projects will be informed by actions in the Open Space Strategy 2019-2029, and your feedback and priorities.

The co-design workshops will be held in early 2021.

Registrations for the co-design workshops are also open to the broader community. To register your interest:


# View the Youth outdoor recreation survey competition terms and conditions.

YOUTH - What do YOUth want? | Outdoor public spaces | Sport and outdoor recreation facilities | Events and activities


Button to competition terms and conditions.Youth outdoor recreation survey open now!


Tell us:

  • What sport and outdoor recreation activities you like?
  • What new sport or outdoor recreation facilities you want?
  • What outdoor events and activities you want?


Button to take survey - for 12 to 24 years.If you are aged 12 to 24 years and live in the Tweed, complete the Youth outdoor recreation survey by 4pm on Friday 22 January 2021.

The survey will take about 5-10 minutes to complete and will inform the development of a Youth Outdoor Recreation Action Plan, and which projects are selected for the co-design workshops to be held in early 2021.

If you are not 12 to 24 years, we still want to hear from you, so please make a comment by 4pm on Friday 22 January 2021.

The Youth Outdoor Recreation Action Plan will improve the quality and diversity of sport and outdoor recreational facilities and activities for young people aged 12 to 24 years across the Tweed.

This project will build on the extensive community engagement conducted to develop Council’s Open Space Strategy 2019-2029 with children, youth and the broader community.

You told us you wanted more district levels parks, skate facilities, opportunities of biking, more green space and social spaces to be with family and friends. Now we want to know what these should look like. What should be included and how should they be designed.

The action plan will guide Council in its work with young people, the community and other key stakeholders to meet the recreational and social needs of young people and build a community-friendly shire over the next decade.


Co-design workshops

Young people are invited to join industry experts and the broader community to co-design new public spaces, sport and outdoor recreation facilities and events.

The specific co-designed projects will be informed by actions in the Open Space Strategy 2019-2029, and your feedback and priorities.

The co-design workshops will be held in early 2021.

Registrations for the co-design workshops are also open to the broader community. To register your interest:


# View the Youth outdoor recreation survey competition terms and conditions.

  • Button to competition terms and conditions.

    Tell us what YOUth want
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    If you live in the Tweed and aged 12 to 24 years, tell us what YOUth want!

    Survey closes at 4pm on Friday 22 January 2021.

    Outdoor public spaces | parks | foreshores | rivers | coast | sport fields | bushland | streets

    Sport and outdoor recreation facilities | sport facilities | tracks and trails | skate facilities | bike parks | places to hang out and chill | playspaces

    Events and activities | music | sport | health and wellbeing | outdoor movies


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