Community engagement on the future of Point Nepean National Park is underway with locals encouraged to get involved.
The draft master plan is now open for community consultation until 10 February 2017 and will be finalised in mid-2017.
Point Nepean National Park is an important Indigenous heritage site, it has also been previously used as a military and quarantine facility.
The final plan will reflect the parks rich history, while protecting the surrounding environment for future generations.
On-site information sessions will be held at Badcoe Hall from 10am - 3pm on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 December 2016, as well as Sunday 22 January 2017.
At the sessions, attendees will be able to provide feedback on the draft master plan and talk to Parks Victoria staff involved in the project.
To view the draft master plan or to find out how to have your say visit:
Quote attributable to Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio
“We want a plan in place that reflects the community's views and respects the site's rich history.”
Quote attributable to Member for Eastern Victoria Daniel Mulino
“I encourage anyone who’s interested to go along to the information sessions at Point Nepean and have their say on this important project.”
Reviewed 19 August 2020