Initial consultation sessions are commencing from next week, with a mix of invited industry, business and community organisation representatives. Given the interest expressed by the community, we have added a number of sessions and are extending the invitation to the broader community.
To ensure you can attend your preferred session, please register soon (details below) as each session has an attendance capacity limit to ensure we abide by our Covid Safety Plan.
- Tuesday 23 March - 9:30am - 11:30am
- Tuesday 23 March - 12:30pm - 2:30pm
- Wednesday 24 March - 9:30am - 11:30am
- Wednesday 24 March - 12:30pm - 2:30pm
- Wednesday 24 March - 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Registration is essential. To register, please email email@example.com
To help us manage numbers, and ensure we abide by our COVID Safety Plan, no more than two members per organisation/household will attend.
Please see below for additional information regarding the consultation meeting.
The above sessions will be held at the Flinders Child and Family Centre – in the Hall. Please try to arrive 10 minutes before the meeting is commenced to start, as registration will be required (via a QR code or physical sign in) to abide by the COVID Safety Plan.
The address is: 12 Adam Murray Way, Flinders NSW 2529
For additional information on the venue – please visit www.shellharbour.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/halls-and-facilities/flinders-child-and-family-centre
We anticipate the meeting will take up to two hours, providing us with an opportunity to understand your connection to Killalea Reserve, and gather your feedback on the proposed location for key features of the proposal.
The meeting will be attended by representatives from RPS and Reflections Holiday Parks.
We are committed to better understanding your concerns and priorities and look forward to clarifying misconceptions about this project. There will be an opportunity for feedback to be provided during the meeting, with the end result being an improved park for all.
The meeting will also help you to understand:
- Reflections’ obligations to maintain Killalea Reserve as a Community Crown Land Manager
- Objectives to ongoing environmental protection of Killalea Reserve
- Environmental constraints mapping that has been undertaken, and
- The projects key objectives.
Although not part of this project, we will also be providing an update on the study that Reflections is funding, to create a new access road in the Reserve to divert high volumes of traffic away from the residential area.
In addition to the initial consultation sessions, there will be plenty of opportunities for you to ‘have your say’ via a park exhibition and online feedback through the Killalea Engagement Hub.
We invite you to provide your comments on the different areas within Killalea Reserve and the associated holiday Park via our interactive map. Please click on this link which will take you to a map of the entire reserve. You will be able to click on any point on the map to have your say on key aspects of the project.
Thank you for your interest in this project.