National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is preparing a master plan for the South Head, Gap Bluff and Green Point precincts of Sydney Harbour National Park (Watsons Bay).
South Head is a rich cultural landscape that forms an essential part of the story of Sydney. A story that encompasses Aboriginal culture and place; a story that encompasses the ideas of journey and arrival for Europeans; and a story of protection and defence.
The master plan will guide enhancement and operation across the site, focusing on identifying uses for existing buildings, upgrade of visitor facilities, walking tracks, interpretation, wayfinding and public safety. All with the view to enhance visitor experience and the natural, cultural and historic heritage of these unique national park precincts.
Have your say
The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is preparing a master plan for the South Head precinct of Sydney Harbour National Park (Watsons Bay).
We are interested in your views on the current and future operation of the South Head precinct, which includes South Head, parts of Camp Cove and Green Point and the Gap Bluff precinct.
Have your say now to help us develop these concept plans.
The project team is running 2 online workshops. Participant numbers will be capped to provide for smaller groups and ample opportunity for participants to give their views, so please register early.