The Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Kurnell Master Plan aims to improve visitor facilities, support an increase in visitor capacity and enhance the Kurnell Precinct of Kamay Botany Bay National Park as 'a place of significance to all Australians that contributes to their sense of identity as Australians'.
National Parks and Wildlife Service has engaged 3 leading architects to develop the conceptual layouts shown in the Master Plan into design options for the new Visitor Centre and major precinct infrastructure improvements. These design options build upon the themes established by the Master Plan and take into consideration new information relating to bushfire risk and the site's sensitive environmental and archaeological values.
We would like to invite your comments and feedback on these concept designs.
- What design do you prefer?
- What features do you like?
- How well does each design align with the ambitions of the Master Plan?
Comments close at 5.00pm, 4 December 2020.