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Little Manly Boardwalk

This consultation has concluded.  This project will be considered in the development of a Little Manly Reserve Masterplan project in 2018.

We are seeking comments on the design for a boardwalk along the beachfront at Little Manly.

We are seeking comments on the design for a boardwalk along the beachfront at Little Manly.

This consultation has concluded.  This project will be considered in the development of a Little Manly Reserve Masterplan project in 2018.
  • Project deferred for consideration in Manly Reserve Masterplan development in May 2018

    4 months ago

    On Tuesday 19 December 2017 Council resolved to:

    A. Defer the Little Manly Boardwalk project and incorporate consideration of the project as part of the Little Manly Reserve Masterplan planned to commence in May 2018.

    B. Reallocate the funding for the Little Manly Boardwalk for the Financial year 2017/2018, CN01081, to implement the East Esplanade Landscape Plan.

    For more information:

    View the Council minutes (item 9.2, page 7)


    On Tuesday 19 December 2017 Council resolved to:

    A. Defer the Little Manly Boardwalk project and incorporate consideration of the project as part of the Little Manly Reserve Masterplan planned to commence in May 2018.

    B. Reallocate the funding for the Little Manly Boardwalk for the Financial year 2017/2018, CN01081, to implement the East Esplanade Landscape Plan.

    For more information:

    View the Council minutes (item 9.2, page 7)


  • Get Involved

    6 months ago

    We are hosting a community drop in session where we would like to hear your opinions on the design for the boardwalk at Little Manly. Join us on site on Saturday 28 October, 9am- 12 noon

    Have Your Say

    • In person at the onsite session on Saturday 28 October 2017 9am-12pm
    • Online
    • In Writing to the CEO, Northern Beaches Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why, 2099
    Comments close: Sunday 19 November 2017

    Enquiries to the Senior Asset Management Officer on 9942 2620

    We are hosting a community drop in session where we would like to hear your opinions on the design for the boardwalk at Little Manly. Join us on site on Saturday 28 October, 9am- 12 noon

    Have Your Say

    • In person at the onsite session on Saturday 28 October 2017 9am-12pm
    • Online
    • In Writing to the CEO, Northern Beaches Council, 725 Pittwater Road, Dee Why, 2099
    Comments close: Sunday 19 November 2017

    Enquiries to the Senior Asset Management Officer on 9942 2620
  • Background

    6 months ago

    Little Manly Beach is a beach on Sydney Harbour, in Little Manly Cove, between the sand and Stuart Street is Little Manly Reserve which is bisected by a private property.

    Council is committed to providing as many accessible links to enable all people to enjoy our stunning coastline as possible. A harbourside connection of the two Little Manly reserves will enable people of all abilities to fully enjoy vistas over this beautiful harbour beach and allow people to conveniently complete the Manly Scenic Walkway as it was intended - connected and in view of the water.

    We are seeking feedback on the design of a boardwalk proposed to connect the two sections of reserve along the rear of the beach.

    View the

    Little Manly Beach is a beach on Sydney Harbour, in Little Manly Cove, between the sand and Stuart Street is Little Manly Reserve which is bisected by a private property.

    Council is committed to providing as many accessible links to enable all people to enjoy our stunning coastline as possible. A harbourside connection of the two Little Manly reserves will enable people of all abilities to fully enjoy vistas over this beautiful harbour beach and allow people to conveniently complete the Manly Scenic Walkway as it was intended - connected and in view of the water.

    We are seeking feedback on the design of a boardwalk proposed to connect the two sections of reserve along the rear of the beach.

    View the