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  • agm over 5 years ago
    I read in Dec 2014, that "A dedicated whale watching platform could be built along the Randwick coastline if the local council's investigations find that the initiative is viable." Before planning of this progresses, I would like to say I am opposed to a dedicated area being set aside. We have enough development and manicuring of our coastal areas in Randwick. We all can see whales from so many natural sites, and if interested, we find the other whale-watchers too. I think Randwick council should spend any money available on improving the fantastic coastal walkway we have, We need to be able to walk from South Coogee to Maroubra without leaving the coast. We need to be able to walk from Maroubra to La Perouse without leaving the coast. First priority. Not a platform with parking!
  • BSZL almost 6 years ago
    How did we end up with a big ugly fence around the fishing shed in Dunningham reserve?
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    • Admin Commented Randwick Administrator over 5 years ago
      Hi BSLZ,
      In 2013 there was a risk assessment of the whole of Dunningham Reserve, and the results reported to Council. One of the identified risks was to people who climbed onto the boat shed roof. The fence was erected to stop this happening.
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      • BSZL over 5 years ago
        Health & safety gone mad.... What about the trees the kids climb in the park. One vote for remoce the fence! If they climb and fall it's their own stupid fault!
  • b2cwalk almost 6 years ago
    Is the maroubra board going to be completed all the way to south maroubra slsc?
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    • Admin Commented Randwick Administrator over 5 years ago
      Hi Ross,
      Currently the most likely route for the Coastal Walkway over Malabar Headland will be through the western side of the headland. The board walk will connect up with this section of the Coastal Walkway across Arthur Byrne Reserve.
  • ross almost 6 years ago
    Please let the people enjoy our headland,
    the decision makers have to help locals (and visitors) enjoy BBQ's, Picnics, Bicycle, walking, whale watching, kite flying and relaxing.
    Please return the headland to it's right full owners, so the silent majority can enjoy it.