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Council Seeks Input on Lagoon Trail

Source: Central Coast Council
Archived 10 Aug 2020 - Posted: 11 Jun 2020
Terrigal Lagoon
Central Coast Council are inviting the community to help design a new walking trail around Terrigal Lagoon.

The trail will be located within parts of Terrigal Wetland Reserve and Rotary Park (next to Parklife Café and the Marine Discovery Centre) and will provide multiple social, health and wellbeing benefits, as well as educational, nature-based tourism and job opportunities.

Council is looking to the community for feedback on the different features that could potentially be a part of this walking trail.

The feedback will then be utilised to put together the design of the walking trail. When developing the design, Council will look at ways to minimise the environmental impacts on this sensitive environment.

Our community can have their say on the early stage of this project by completing our online survey by 5pm Tuesday 7 July.

This project is proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Central Coast Council.

This article archived 10 Aug 2020

 
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