Clive Park Draft Reserve Action Plan

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Willoughby City Council is seeking community feedback for Clive Park prior to closure of the community consultation period on Monday 22 March 2021.

Please review the Draft Clive Park Reserve Action Plan in the Document Library and leave your comments in the survey below.

Clive Park is a 5.4 hectare foreshore bushland reserve located at the junction of the Sailors Bay and Flat Rock Creek catchments. The water of Middle Harbour bounds the Park to the north and east and contains Willoughby’s only easily accessible sandy beach.

This draft Reserve Action Plan outlines the management objectives for the next 5 years to protect and preserve Clive Park’s natural features. Actions include bush regeneration, protection of Aboriginal sites and feral animal control.

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Willoughby City Council is seeking community feedback for Clive Park prior to closure of the community consultation period on Monday 22 March 2021.

Please review the Draft Clive Park Reserve Action Plan in the Document Library and leave your comments in the survey below.

Clive Park is a 5.4 hectare foreshore bushland reserve located at the junction of the Sailors Bay and Flat Rock Creek catchments. The water of Middle Harbour bounds the Park to the north and east and contains Willoughby’s only easily accessible sandy beach.

This draft Reserve Action Plan outlines the management objectives for the next 5 years to protect and preserve Clive Park’s natural features. Actions include bush regeneration, protection of Aboriginal sites and feral animal control.

Your Privacy

Willoughby City Council takes the privacy of the participants using this site very seriously.

Please note that comments made may be made available or reproduced in Council reports.

All personal information collected will be kept in strict confidence. For further information regarding your privacy please refer to Bang the Table Privacy Policy at https://www.haveyoursaywilloughby.com.au/privacy or Willoughby Council at https://www.willoughby.nsw.gov.au/Site-Footer/Sub-Footer-Links/Privacy-Statement/Privacy-Statement

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  • How do you use Clive Park?

    by stuart.hall, over 4 years ago
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    Council would like to know what makes Clive Park special. 

    Do you like to use the picnic tables, barbecues or the children's play equipment, possibly you walk your dog or take leisurely strolls enjoying the views of Middle Harbour, or even you might like to soak up the sun on the small sandy beach.

    How do you spend your time at Clive Park?  

    Also do you have any comments to make regarding the Draft Reserve Action Plan?

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