Recreation Strategy

Consultation has concluded

Sportsground form part of the Recreational and Open Space Strategy

The Recreation Strategy is Council's key planning document for the provision and maintenance of recreational assets within the Port Stephens Local Government Area. The Strategy forms a component of the Local Government Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework and aims to assist Council in achieving its vision for recreation and open space areas.

To ensure the document considers all issues relevant to recreation in Port Stephens, Council sought feedback from the community. The feedback received during consultation was used to inform the development of the Draft Port Stephens Recreation Strategy.

The draft strategy was endorsed to go on Public Exhibition at the Ordinary Council Meeting on 12th June 2018.

The draft strategy will be on public exhibition from Monday 18th June until midnight Sunday 15th July and will be available at the following locations:

  • Council's Administration Building, 116 Adelaide Street, Raymond Terrace (during normal business hours).
  • Tomaree Library, Town Centre Circuit, Salamander Bay
  • Visitor Information Centre, Nelson Bay
  • Tilligerry Community Library
  • To download from Council's website, here
  • To download from the key documents menu on the right

The public exhibition period will provide the community with a further opportunity to review and respond to the actions and measures proposed by Port Stephens Council. Formal submissions can be made during this period via:

  • The Formal Submission link below
  • In writing to the General Manager at Port Stephens Council, PO Box 42, Raymond Terrace NSW 232
  • Email to council@portstephens.nsw.gov.au

The Recreation Strategy is Council's key planning document for the provision and maintenance of recreational assets within the Port Stephens Local Government Area. The Strategy forms a component of the Local Government Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework and aims to assist Council in achieving its vision for recreation and open space areas.

To ensure the document considers all issues relevant to recreation in Port Stephens, Council sought feedback from the community. The feedback received during consultation was used to inform the development of the Draft Port Stephens Recreation Strategy.

The draft strategy was endorsed to go on Public Exhibition at the Ordinary Council Meeting on 12th June 2018.

The draft strategy will be on public exhibition from Monday 18th June until midnight Sunday 15th July and will be available at the following locations:

  • Council's Administration Building, 116 Adelaide Street, Raymond Terrace (during normal business hours).
  • Tomaree Library, Town Centre Circuit, Salamander Bay
  • Visitor Information Centre, Nelson Bay
  • Tilligerry Community Library
  • To download from Council's website, here
  • To download from the key documents menu on the right

The public exhibition period will provide the community with a further opportunity to review and respond to the actions and measures proposed by Port Stephens Council. Formal submissions can be made during this period via:

  • The Formal Submission link below
  • In writing to the General Manager at Port Stephens Council, PO Box 42, Raymond Terrace NSW 232
  • Email to council@portstephens.nsw.gov.au