Burrabru Reserve and Sugarloaf Point, Castlecrag - Draft Reserve Action Plan

Willoughby City Council welcomes your feedback on a newly created Draft Reserve Action Plan for Burrabru and Sugarloaf Point Reserves before consultation closes 5 pm, Monday 29 April 2019.

You can tell Council what you think of the Action Plan in the Survey below or share your suggestions about how we can enhance the ecological values of the Reserves using the 'Ideas' tab below. You can also vote for other people’s ideas that you like.

These reserves are small, relatively natural spaces in a crowded residential area where the built environment is displacing private gardens. They are within the former Torquay Estate in Castlecrag.

There are three sections: Sugarloaf Point and Road Islands, Former Edinburgh Road Reserve and Burrabru Reserve.

Key Actions for the Draft Reserve Action Plan:

  • Continuation of weed management actions by bushland regeneration contractors and Council staff
  • Developing interpretive signage identifying local and indigenous heritage.
  • Maintenance and monitoring of drainage lines

All community members who leave a comment will receive a response after the community consultation period.

Willoughby City Council welcomes your feedback on a newly created Draft Reserve Action Plan for Burrabru and Sugarloaf Point Reserves before consultation closes 5 pm, Monday 29 April 2019.

You can tell Council what you think of the Action Plan in the Survey below or share your suggestions about how we can enhance the ecological values of the Reserves using the 'Ideas' tab below. You can also vote for other people’s ideas that you like.

These reserves are small, relatively natural spaces in a crowded residential area where the built environment is displacing private gardens. They are within the former Torquay Estate in Castlecrag.

There are three sections: Sugarloaf Point and Road Islands, Former Edinburgh Road Reserve and Burrabru Reserve.

Key Actions for the Draft Reserve Action Plan:

  • Continuation of weed management actions by bushland regeneration contractors and Council staff
  • Developing interpretive signage identifying local and indigenous heritage.
  • Maintenance and monitoring of drainage lines

All community members who leave a comment will receive a response after the community consultation period.

Burrabru and Sugarloaf RAP Survey

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