Curl Curl Beach Reserve Masterplan

Consultation has concluded

Council will be working closely with local residents and community to develop a Landscape Masterplan for the park area behind Curl Curl Beach. This plan will assist Council in the future use and development of Curl Curl Beach and particularly the park land behind it Flora and Ritchie Roberts Reserve.

Council will be working closely with local residents and community to develop a Landscape Masterplan for the park area behind Curl Curl Beach. This plan will assist Council in the future use and development of Curl Curl Beach and particularly the park land behind it Flora and Ritchie Roberts Reserve.

Consultation has concluded
  • Masterplan Adopted

    about 3 years ago

    On 26 August 2014, Council adopted the Revised Curl Curl Beach Reserve Masterplan. 

    View Council Report

    View Adopted Masterplan

    Following the last round of consultation on the revised Masterplan, Council received a total of 235 submissions. More than half of the submissions received were supportive of the revised Masterplan which included;

    • increased access including the creation of the missing link in the bicentennial coastal track
    • a sustainable dog park that allows dogs to be off the leash without harming native fauna habitat area
    • a more efficient car park that allows for more open space and natural areas without losing any parking spots.
    For more information please see Implementation of Works Program Table

     


    On 26 August 2014, Council adopted the Revised Curl Curl Beach Reserve Masterplan. 

    View Council Report

    View Adopted Masterplan

    Following the last round of consultation on the revised Masterplan, Council received a total of 235 submissions. More than half of the submissions received were supportive of the revised Masterplan which included;

    • increased access including the creation of the missing link in the bicentennial coastal track
    • a sustainable dog park that allows dogs to be off the leash without harming native fauna habitat area
    • a more efficient car park that allows for more open space and natural areas without losing any parking spots.
    For more information please see Implementation of Works Program Table

     


  • Comments now closed

    over 3 years ago

    Comments on the revised Draft Curl Curl Reserve Masterplan are now closed. 

    If you have any questions please contact Jeremy Smith 9942 2538.

    Comments on the revised Draft Curl Curl Reserve Masterplan are now closed. 

    If you have any questions please contact Jeremy Smith 9942 2538.

  • Council Extends Consultation Period

    over 3 years ago

    On 24 June 2014, Council resolved to extend the consultation period of which will now include exhibition of the revised Draft Curl Curl Masterplan.

    View Council Report
    View Revised Masterplan

    Council also resolved to;

    1. Post signage in the Flora and Richie Roberts Reserve explaining the plan and how to submit further comment
    2. Defer the adoption of the Curl Curl Beach Reserve Masterplan to the next Council Meeting
    3. Staff commence the vegetation clean up as soon as possible as this needs to be done during the winter period


    Comments on the revised Masterplan can be made by;

    • Writing to Council Marked: "Curl Curl Beach Reserve Revised Masterplan", Warringah Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why NSW 2099
    • Emailing: Council@warringah.nsw.gov.au 
    For more information contact Jeremy Smith 9942 2538.

    Comments close 24 July 2014

    On 24 June 2014, Council resolved to extend the consultation period of which will now include exhibition of the revised Draft Curl Curl Masterplan.

    View Council Report
    View Revised Masterplan

    Council also resolved to;

    1. Post signage in the Flora and Richie Roberts Reserve explaining the plan and how to submit further comment
    2. Defer the adoption of the Curl Curl Beach Reserve Masterplan to the next Council Meeting
    3. Staff commence the vegetation clean up as soon as possible as this needs to be done during the winter period


    Comments on the revised Masterplan can be made by;

    • Writing to Council Marked: "Curl Curl Beach Reserve Revised Masterplan", Warringah Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why NSW 2099
    • Emailing: Council@warringah.nsw.gov.au 
    For more information contact Jeremy Smith 9942 2538.

    Comments close 24 July 2014
  • Final Draft for Curl Curl Beach Reserve Masterplan released

    over 3 years ago

    Council would like to thank everyone who provided feedback on the Draft Masterplan. The response has been outstanding.

    Based on the comments received, several changes have now been made to the Draft Masterplan. The revised Masterplan will be presented at tonight's meeting 24 June 2014. 

    View the revised Masterplan

    The key comments include;

    • Increasing the off leash dog area to include more of the "run" behind the dunes.
    • Reducing the overall amount of paths and including more crushed rock rather than concrete paths.
    • Removing the action to create a new entrance at Adina Road, Curl Curl with an action to investigate alternate carpark entries to improve safety and traffic flow.

    Council would like to thank everyone who provided feedback on the Draft Masterplan. The response has been outstanding.

    Based on the comments received, several changes have now been made to the Draft Masterplan. The revised Masterplan will be presented at tonight's meeting 24 June 2014. 

    View the revised Masterplan

    The key comments include;

    • Increasing the off leash dog area to include more of the "run" behind the dunes.
    • Reducing the overall amount of paths and including more crushed rock rather than concrete paths.
    • Removing the action to create a new entrance at Adina Road, Curl Curl with an action to investigate alternate carpark entries to improve safety and traffic flow.
  • Submissions have now closed.

    over 3 years ago

    Thank you to the more than 100 people who have taken the time to make a submission. Your comments are highly valued and will be used to help finalise the Masterplan. The final Masterplan will be posted on this site once completed.

    Most comments received have been focused on the reduction of the off leash dog area from 51,000 square metres to 44,000 square metres and the loss of the very popular 'run' for off leash dogs between the back of the dunes and the car park. Council will look to include at least some of this existing run into the final Masterplan without increasing the risk to users of the proposed picnic area near South Curl Curl SLSC.

    Thank you to the more than 100 people who have taken the time to make a submission. Your comments are highly valued and will be used to help finalise the Masterplan. The final Masterplan will be posted on this site once completed.

    Most comments received have been focused on the reduction of the off leash dog area from 51,000 square metres to 44,000 square metres and the loss of the very popular 'run' for off leash dogs between the back of the dunes and the car park. Council will look to include at least some of this existing run into the final Masterplan without increasing the risk to users of the proposed picnic area near South Curl Curl SLSC.

  • Draft Curl Curl Beach Reserve Masterplan released!

    over 3 years ago

    Earlier this year Council engaged with the community to identify views, ideas and expectations for Flora and Ritchie Roberts Reserve. This resulted in the development of a Draft Curl Curl Beach Reserve Masterplan.

    We are planning to complete landscaping and other works at Flora and Ritchie Roberts Reserve, the park behind Curl Curl Beach, over the coming years. The first step in this process is the preparation of a draft landscape Masterplan to ensure that these works are planned and coordinated.

    View the Draft Masterplan:

    • Document Library
    • Customer Service, Civic Centre, Dee Why
    • Dee Why and Warringah Mall Libraries

    Provide comments on the Draft Masterplan by:

    • Completing the feedback form
    • Email Council 
    • Mail your submission marked "Curl Curl Beach Masterplan", Warringah Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why NSW 2099

    Comments close 23 May 2014.

    Earlier this year Council engaged with the community to identify views, ideas and expectations for Flora and Ritchie Roberts Reserve. This resulted in the development of a Draft Curl Curl Beach Reserve Masterplan.

    We are planning to complete landscaping and other works at Flora and Ritchie Roberts Reserve, the park behind Curl Curl Beach, over the coming years. The first step in this process is the preparation of a draft landscape Masterplan to ensure that these works are planned and coordinated.

    View the Draft Masterplan:

    • Document Library
    • Customer Service, Civic Centre, Dee Why
    • Dee Why and Warringah Mall Libraries

    Provide comments on the Draft Masterplan by:

    • Completing the feedback form
    • Email Council 
    • Mail your submission marked "Curl Curl Beach Masterplan", Warringah Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why NSW 2099

    Comments close 23 May 2014.

  • Have Your Say - Consultation Stage 1

    almost 4 years ago

    Stage 1 comments are now closed

    Council would like to hear your feedback on the best way to renew and rejuvinate the parkland behind Curl Curl Beach.

    You can have your say by;

    • Providing you thoughts and ideas using the online Feedback Form
    • Come along on 1 March 2014 to South Curl Curl Lifesaving Club
           - Community information drop in session (from 9am - 1pm)
           - Join us in a site walk at 9.30am or 11.30am

    Stage 1 comments close 14 March 2014

    More information please contact Amy Bennett on 8302 3169

    Stage 1 comments are now closed

    Council would like to hear your feedback on the best way to renew and rejuvinate the parkland behind Curl Curl Beach.

    You can have your say by;

    • Providing you thoughts and ideas using the online Feedback Form
    • Come along on 1 March 2014 to South Curl Curl Lifesaving Club
           - Community information drop in session (from 9am - 1pm)
           - Join us in a site walk at 9.30am or 11.30am

    Stage 1 comments close 14 March 2014

    More information please contact Amy Bennett on 8302 3169

  • Background

    almost 4 years ago

    Curl Curl Beach is a significant open space that is highly valued by the local and regional community for the environmental and recreational opportunities it provides. The northern section of the park is a highly used dog park situated in a more natural undeveloped setting, whilst the southern area is a highly used recreational hub.

    Council is committed to delivering the following goals for this project:

    • To make area safe and accessible for all users
    • To ensure the character of the area is maintained and any proposed development is minimal and sympathetic to the surrounding natural and built environments.
    • To ensure the area can be easily maintained
    • To minimise works that require excavation
    • To maximise recreational opportunities, passive and active, for the site;
    • To encourage connectivity throughout the site and to adjoining areas

     

     

    Curl Curl Beach is a significant open space that is highly valued by the local and regional community for the environmental and recreational opportunities it provides. The northern section of the park is a highly used dog park situated in a more natural undeveloped setting, whilst the southern area is a highly used recreational hub.

    Council is committed to delivering the following goals for this project:

    • To make area safe and accessible for all users
    • To ensure the character of the area is maintained and any proposed development is minimal and sympathetic to the surrounding natural and built environments.
    • To ensure the area can be easily maintained
    • To minimise works that require excavation
    • To maximise recreational opportunities, passive and active, for the site;
    • To encourage connectivity throughout the site and to adjoining areas