Woolgoolga Reserve Works

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Map of Stage 1 works for Woolgoolga Beachside Reserve.

Contractors for Coffs Harbour City Council are now in progress with civil works as part of the site preparation for Stage 1 of Woolgoolga Beach Reserve improvements.

Stage 1 is a $1.2 million project, with works including new amenities, a new playground, landscaping, new footpaths and three accessible tables and shelters..

Much of the playground will have sun shelter and three sides of the playground will be fenced.

The new amenities building will also provide a Changing Places facility.

Part of the project is funded by a NSW Government Everyone Can Play Grant.

The existing amenities and playground will remain in place and in operation, until their removal, following completion of the new facilities.

To view some of the indicative concepts for the new amenities and playground and to view the site plan for Stage 1 works, please go to the Images and Documents section of this website.

Any questions can be posted on the Q&A section of this webpage and we will endeavour to respond in the Q&A as soon as possible.

To view the Woolgoolga Beachside Reserve Masterplan, please visit Council's main website, on the following Link: https://www.coffsharbour.nsw.gov.au/Building-and-Planning/Place-Strategies/Documents/Plans%20of%20Management/18027_Woolgoolga%20Beach%20Reserve_Concept%20Design%20Report_Final%20Version_lores.pdf

For further information, you may also contact Council's Project Liaison Officers, Damon Leach, phone 66484406 or Andrew Smith 66484671.



Contractors for Coffs Harbour City Council are now in progress with civil works as part of the site preparation for Stage 1 of Woolgoolga Beach Reserve improvements.

Stage 1 is a $1.2 million project, with works including new amenities, a new playground, landscaping, new footpaths and three accessible tables and shelters..

Much of the playground will have sun shelter and three sides of the playground will be fenced.

The new amenities building will also provide a Changing Places facility.

Part of the project is funded by a NSW Government Everyone Can Play Grant.

The existing amenities and playground will remain in place and in operation, until their removal, following completion of the new facilities.

To view some of the indicative concepts for the new amenities and playground and to view the site plan for Stage 1 works, please go to the Images and Documents section of this website.

Any questions can be posted on the Q&A section of this webpage and we will endeavour to respond in the Q&A as soon as possible.

To view the Woolgoolga Beachside Reserve Masterplan, please visit Council's main website, on the following Link: https://www.coffsharbour.nsw.gov.au/Building-and-Planning/Place-Strategies/Documents/Plans%20of%20Management/18027_Woolgoolga%20Beach%20Reserve_Concept%20Design%20Report_Final%20Version_lores.pdf

For further information, you may also contact Council's Project Liaison Officers, Damon Leach, phone 66484406 or Andrew Smith 66484671.



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    Look forward to seeing the toilet block and playground work time frames soon. Any work that would effect local business's? Please let us know in advanced. Regards, Woolgoolga and Northern Beaches Chamber of Commerce.

    tony-ross Asked 8 days ago

    Hi Tony. Civil works are currently progressing to install stormwater pipes, sewer and water mains and to prepare the ground for the new amenities and other slabs. The amenities block is being pre-cast, manufactured, offsite starting the week from Monday August 10 and is scheduled for delivery on October 12, to be assembled on site. Because of the site layout and construction access requirements, playground works will follow the amenities assemble, with works scheduled to start on the playground from about October 26. Council aims to have completed the construction and landscaping by the second week in December.

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    What is the time frame for the new toilet block and playground to be completed?

    Terry Asked about 1 month ago

    Hi Terry. Council is currently liaising with the various Contractors to revise the construction schedule. The anticipated construction timeframes should be provided this month, and will be published on the Key Dates section of this page when provided.

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    I would like to request that the WW1 Memorial be allocated a space within this reserve. This parkland area would be a very attractive and highly desirable location for the newly reconstructed/refurbished memorial. There is ample room for the memorial (requiring only about a 10m2 area), there is space for small gatherings of people (if required) and as this phase of the project is about to commence the Memorial project could also be given further

    AndyQWW1Memorial Asked about 2 months ago

    Hi Andy. This request has been referred to appropriate planning staff.

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    I love that the park is being updated in Woolgoolga. As a parent of 2 young ones, I would like to know A) why park can't be fenced.. surly appearance is not as important as children's safety (it's so close to a road). B) it is very hot most of the year and without a suitable covet, this park becomes near not usable. There needs to be shade and a fence

    Rheanna Asked 3 months ago

    Hi Rheanna. The playground is to be fenced on three sides. There will be shade over most elements of the playground and shaded picnic tables and associated seating.


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    I’ve noticed there are not many seats is it possible to have more? Shade subject to funding, don’t you think this is important enough to warrant getting it put in regardless. And is there anything for disabled people to use in the playground. I can not see anything that would be wheel chair friendly. The paths don’t even look wide enough. I had to use this as the have your say didn’t work, and this happens often!

    Play for all abilities. Asked 3 months ago

    Hi. Yes, there will be shade over most elements of the playground and over picnic tables and associated seating. There are accessible play components in the playground, including the carousel.