Flat Rock Gully Draft Reserve Action Plan

Consultation has concluded

Willoughby City Council welcomes your feedback on a newly created Draft Reserve Action Plan for Flat Rock Gully before consultation closes 5 pm, Friday 15 June 2018. Please leave comments below in the survey section.

Flat Rock Gully encompasses a total area of 22.3 ha inclusive of a portion of Bicentennial Reserve. Remnant bushland, approximately 14 ha, occurs within the Flat Rock Creek Catchment Area. It is bounded by Flat Rock Drive to the west and extends beyond the historic Cammeray Bridge to the east, adjacent to Tunks Park.

Key Actions for the Draft Reserve Action Plan:

  • Continuation of weed management actions by bushland regeneration contractors, Council staff and volunteers,
  • Maintenance of bush tracks and improved access to adjacent open space areas,
  • Completion of a prescribed burn in heathland.

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 Flat Rock Gully before consultation closes 5 pm, Friday 15 June 2018. Please leave comments below in the survey section.

Flat Rock Gully encompasses a total area of 22.3 ha inclusive of a portion of Bicentennial Reserve. Remnant bushland, approximately 14 ha, occurs within the Flat Rock Creek Catchment Area. It is bounded by Flat Rock Drive to the west and extends beyond the historic Cammeray Bridge to the east, adjacent to Tunks Park.

Key Actions for the Draft Reserve Action Plan:

  • Continuation of weed management actions by bushland regeneration contractors, Council staff and volunteers,
  • Maintenance of bush tracks and improved access to adjacent open space areas,
  • Completion of a prescribed burn in heathland.

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

Flat Rock Gully Survey

Consultation has concluded