Community invited to 'drop-in' session for Tomaree National Park Plan of Management Draft Amendment and Tomaree Coastal Walk proposal

The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is hosting a community information session for the Tomaree National Park Plan of Management Draft Amendment including the Draft Tomaree Coastal Walk Strategy, on Wednesday 25 September 2019.

Coastal aerial photo of Mount Tomaree National Park, Port Stephens.

Hunter Central Coast Branch Director Ms Kylie Yeend said the information session will provide local residents and other stakeholders with another opportunity to review and discuss the proposals with NPWS staff.

"The community is invited to drop-in anytime from 4.00pm to 7.00pm on Wednesday 25 September 2019, at the Tomaree Library and Community Centre, Waratah room," Ms Yeend said.

"NPWS staff will be on hand to discuss any questions about the proposal and we welcome all feedback from the community.

"While the public exhibition period for the draft amendment and coastal walk strategy was extended until 30 September 2019, to provide the community more time to comment, this is not the only consultation opportunity the community will have on the Tomaree Coastal Walk project. The draft master plan and environmental and heritage assessments will also be exhibited for public review and comment in the coming months and community information sessions will also be held at this time," Ms Yeend said.

The community can provide comments for consideration.

Online – www.engage.environment.nsw.gov.au/consult

Email – npws.planning@environment.nsw.gov.au

Mail – Manager Planning Evaluation and Assessment
PO Box 95
Parramatta NSW 2124

Copies of the draft amendment and coastal walk strategy can be viewed at: www.engage.environment.nsw.gov.au/consult