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Draft Concept Plan for Tidal River Depot Site Redevelopment
The draft is available for review. The period for consultation has now closed.
Parks Victoria has commenced $3.4 million construction works to rebuild a new works depot on a site adjacent to the existing water treatment plant. As a result, the former depot site will be decontaminated and rehabilitated, creating space for the relocation of roofed accommodation, visitor facilities and open spaces.
A draft concept plan has been prepared to create a new cabin accommodation precinct once the existing works depot is relocated. The draft concept plan proposes:
- Removal of 10 camp sites and 8 motor huts from an Aboriginal Midden Area and the site restored as a protected area
- Ten powered drive through campsites suitable for larger vans, located on the former Lorikeet Flats site
- Eight motor huts and a central camp kitchen for each cluster of four huts
- New toilet facility to cater for motor huts and camp sites
- Five individual Lorikeet Flats to replace the existing block facility
Comments on the draft concept plan were invited from interested parties and the communit until Thursday 19 August 2010. Thank you for all your responses to this draft plan.
Tidal River Open Space Project (TROSP)
The Tidal River Open Space Project (TROSP) is a community based initiative in partnership with Parks Victoria. The purpose of the project is to design and construct an integrated open space at Wilsons Promontory National Park on the site of the current playground in Tidal River.
See the publication below for more information. To get in touch about the project email email@example.com
20 Nov 2013
Parks Victoria, the Friends of the Parks and Reserves of the Gippsland Lakes and the Lakes Entrance Community Landcare Group recently united for a working bee at the Gippsland Lakes. The focus of the working bee was to hand-weed the invasive species Euphorbia paralias, commonly known as ‘sea spurge’ at…