Harold Reid Reserve Draft Reserve Action Plan

The consultation period for the Harold Reid Reserve Draft Action Plan has now concluded. 

Willoughby City Council welcomes your feedback on this newly created Draft Reserve Action Plan. Please leave your comments below in the survey section.

Harold Reid Reserve is named after Harold James Ried, local resident and former Willoughby Council Town Clerk. The reserve consists of 42-hectares of bushland with large areas of intact remnant vegetation located on the shores of Sugarloaf Bay in Middle Cove. It contains diverse plant communities home to a wide variety of wildlife species. It is Willoughby’s second largest bushland reserve and connects with the largest, North Arm Reserve forming a continuous habitat link to the north and also to the south with the Castlecrag Northern Escarpment. The reserve location is identified on the Places tab below.

All community members who leave a comment will receive a response at the conclusion of the community consultation period.

Willoughby City Council welcomes your feedback on this newly created Draft Reserve Action Plan. Please leave your comments below in the survey section.

Harold Reid Reserve is named after Harold James Ried, local resident and former Willoughby Council Town Clerk. The reserve consists of 42-hectares of bushland with large areas of intact remnant vegetation located on the shores of Sugarloaf Bay in Middle Cove. It contains diverse plant communities home to a wide variety of wildlife species. It is Willoughby’s second largest bushland reserve and connects with the largest, North Arm Reserve forming a continuous habitat link to the north and also to the south with the Castlecrag Northern Escarpment. The reserve location is identified on the Places tab below.

All community members who leave a comment will receive a response at the conclusion of the community consultation period.

Harold Reid Reserve

about 1 year

Harold Reid Reserve, Middle Cove

Harold Reid Reserve, Middle Cove

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded