Port Willunga North Coast Park

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Have your say on the draft concept plan for the Port Willunga North Coast Park.

The proposed Port Willunga North Coast Park forms part of the state government's Coast Park vision for Greater Adelaide to develop a coastal linear park including a 70km shared use path from North Haven to Sellicks Beach. To learn more about each section, including targeted timeframes for construction, please view the Coast Park Plan 2019.

The Port Willunga North (Maslin Unclad Beach car park to Port Willunga foreshore car park) segment was identified as a priority action to commence planning and design in 2019-20. This segment contributes to 2.8km of Coast Park. Formalising this segment of Coast Park will provide a considerable tourist draw-card, attracting visitors to this spectacular coastline, and protect culturally and environmentally sensitive sites.

CONCEPT PLAN

The proposed concept plan for the Port Willunga North Coast Park focuses on achieving improved access, cliff stabilisation, wayfinding, vegetation management and management of cultural sensitivities.

The concept plan proposes a shared path alignment that follows a number of well used informal paths and proposes new crossing points at Willunga Creek and Chinaman Gully to further protect culturally and environmentally sensitive sites.

Port Willunga is an area of significant Aboriginal heritage. We look forward to working with the Kaurna community to incorporate Kaurna cultural aspects in how this important project is delivered in this special location. There is of course notable European heritage at Port Willunga too and we also look forward to working with the broader community on recognising this through the project.

FURTHER INFORMATION

HAVE YOUR SAY

We're keen to hear community feedback on our concept plan.

To provide comments please click button below the Feedback tab.

Due to the clear connection with Aboriginal heritage along our coastline we will be seeking feedback specifically from Kaurna representatives in relation to the concept.

Have your say on the draft concept plan for the Port Willunga North Coast Park.

The proposed Port Willunga North Coast Park forms part of the state government's Coast Park vision for Greater Adelaide to develop a coastal linear park including a 70km shared use path from North Haven to Sellicks Beach. To learn more about each section, including targeted timeframes for construction, please view the Coast Park Plan 2019.

The Port Willunga North (Maslin Unclad Beach car park to Port Willunga foreshore car park) segment was identified as a priority action to commence planning and design in 2019-20. This segment contributes to 2.8km of Coast Park. Formalising this segment of Coast Park will provide a considerable tourist draw-card, attracting visitors to this spectacular coastline, and protect culturally and environmentally sensitive sites.

CONCEPT PLAN

The proposed concept plan for the Port Willunga North Coast Park focuses on achieving improved access, cliff stabilisation, wayfinding, vegetation management and management of cultural sensitivities.

The concept plan proposes a shared path alignment that follows a number of well used informal paths and proposes new crossing points at Willunga Creek and Chinaman Gully to further protect culturally and environmentally sensitive sites.

Port Willunga is an area of significant Aboriginal heritage. We look forward to working with the Kaurna community to incorporate Kaurna cultural aspects in how this important project is delivered in this special location. There is of course notable European heritage at Port Willunga too and we also look forward to working with the broader community on recognising this through the project.

FURTHER INFORMATION

HAVE YOUR SAY

We're keen to hear community feedback on our concept plan.

To provide comments please click button below the Feedback tab.

Due to the clear connection with Aboriginal heritage along our coastline we will be seeking feedback specifically from Kaurna representatives in relation to the concept.