The laneway adjacent to Bellevue Avenue, Avalon is currently unnamed and provides access to the driveway of the residential property at 47 Bellevue Avenue, Avalon; access to Chakana Day Spa at the rear of 45A Avalon Parade; and is used by businesses from 47-55 Avalon Parade as a loading zone.
To improve wayfinding and provide businesses with a specific address to reference we propose to name the laneway Murradjulbi Lane. It's pronounced Mur-ra-jul-bee and means ‘Singing Bushlark’ Lane.
The name was put forward by the Aboriginal Heritage Office (AHO) and is in the
local aboriginal language for road naming purposes within the Northern Beaches Local Government Area.
The naming proposal has been pre-approved by the Geographical Names Board (GNB) of NSW. It is being carried out in-line with guidelines of both the GNB of NSW and Council’s Policy for the Naming of our Reserves, Facilities and Roads.
The proposal was publicly exhibited between Wednesday 10 November and Wednesday 8 December 2021.
Submission feedback is being reviewed and will be reported in mid-2022.
Laneway location map
Have questions or want to learn more about this project, contact us below:
|Name||Daniel Robinson, Strategic Assets - Transport & Civil Infrastructure Assets|
|Phone||1300 434 434|
'Naming proposal - Murradjulbi Lane, Avalon' Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655