The sound of sizzling hotplates will ring out loud and clear across the Shoalhaven with the installation of ten new public BBQs across the city.
Shoalhaven City Council recently received grant funding from the NSW Government for eight new double plated public BBQs. Council will fund an additional two new BBQs from the operational budget.
The first four electric BBQs are already installed and ready to enjoy in Callala, Culburra, Huskisson and North Nowra.
Shoalhaven City Council Mayor Amanda Findley said “A gathering of family or friends for a BBQ in our great outdoors is one of the simple pleasures of the Shoalhaven. These new BBQ facilities are a great opportunity for people to spend more time enjoying our beautiful parks and reserves”.
The decision about where to place the new BBQs was made in consultation with the Community Consultation Bodies and other stakeholders.
Lovers of al fresco dining can look forward to new BBQ facilities at these locations
- Parkes Crescent, Callala
- Tilbury Reserve, Culburra
- Moona Moona Creek Reserve, Huskisson
- Lions Park, Erowal Bay
- Dolphin Reserve, Currarong
- Greys Beach, North Nowra
- Lions Park, Burrill Lake
- Cunjurong Reserve, Cunjurong Point
- Curtis Reserve, Shoalhaven Heads
- Clifton reserve Sanctuary Point
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