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Background

Council has received a formal application from the not-for-profit organisation Castle Tribe Inc. (formally Castle Drumming) to use the western edge of McCarrs Creek Reserve, Church Point for a community event on the first Saturday of every month.

Event activities would include drumming, spoken word, music, dancing and children's activities (such as painting and crafts). Alcohol would be prohibited and there would be one open fire (with appropriate safety measures in place).

The application includes a safety plan, risk assessment, code of conduct for attendees, certificate of insurance and written feedback from the Rural Fire Service.

At the Council meeting held on 27 August 2019, Council resolved to place the proposed use of McCarrs Creek Reserve by Castle Tribe Inc. for a 12 month trial on public exhibition for a period of at least 28 days. The outcome of the public exhibition will be reported to Council.

For further details, view the the Council Agenda Report.

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Timeline

  • Timeline item 1

    Comments open (Sep-Oct 2019)

  • Timeline item 2

    Review comments (Oct 2019)

  • Timeline item 3

    Report to Council (Nov 2019)

Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson

Recreation Project Officer

Open Space & Recreation Planning

Email or 1300 434 434