Council to Host Virtual Community Meeting About Conjola Park Plan

A virtual community meeting will be hosted by Shoalhaven City Council, on Wednesday 23 September, to enable all community members to comment and contribute to the Draft Conjola Connected Communities Masterplan and Yooralla Bay Concept Plan.

To join the meeting or to submit questions please use the link on Council’s events web page.

Following the devastating bushfires that hit Conjola Park over summer, the community has identified a series of improvements at Conjola Park, Lake Conjola. The community also hopes to connect the two localities together, as well as north to Fisherman’s Paradise and south to Narrawallee Beach.

Following a series of on-site discussions with various community members including discussions with the Conjola Recovery Association (CCRA), TAKT Studio for Architecture were engaged by the CCRA and have developed a concept plan for Conjola Park that identifies improvements including shared paths, playground, adventure play, pump track, community building, jetty, pontoon, basketball half court and more.

The 23 September webinar will enable Brent Dunn and Katharina Hendel from TAKT Studio for Architecture to present the Conjola Connected Communities Masterplan and Yooralla Bay Concept Plan and to respond to questions.

The concept plan for Yooralla Bay (Conjola Park) including Hoylake Park is part of a larger plan for the area – Conjola Connected Community Masterplan

Both the masterplan and concept plan are available for viewing on Council’s website.

To view the Concept Plan Report for Hoylake Park and Yooralla Bay click here.

To view the Masterplan for Conjola Connected Communities click here.

As well as assisting with community consultation and exhibition of the draft Masterplan and Concept Plan, including reporting to Council to post-exhibition, Council will undertake required investigations, studies and help facilitate the delivery of the works.

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