Open Spaces

Have your say about open spaces in Randwick!

Randwick Council's Open Space and Environment Discussion Paper proposes an overall increase of about 31 hectares in the total land area zoned for open space and environmental purposes across the City.

The Paper

  • highlights the continued importance of land zoned for recreation and conservation purposes
  • reviews existing open space sites to identify their suitable zones and
  • explores sites which could be formally acknowledged under open space, environmental protection and national park zones.

The Paper also addresses planning controls and environmental considerations that regulate or affect the use, maintenance and development of open space and natural environment land in Randwick City.

Council welcomes community comments and feedback on the Open Space and Environment Discussion Paper in the discussion topics below as well as your response to our quick poll opposite.

Have your say about open spaces in Randwick!

Randwick Council's Open Space and Environment Discussion Paper proposes an overall increase of about 31 hectares in the total land area zoned for open space and environmental purposes across the City.

The Paper

  • highlights the continued importance of land zoned for recreation and conservation purposes
  • reviews existing open space sites to identify their suitable zones and
  • explores sites which could be formally acknowledged under open space, environmental protection and national park zones.

The Paper also addresses planning controls and environmental considerations that regulate or affect the use, maintenance and development of open space and natural environment land in Randwick City.

Council welcomes community comments and feedback on the Open Space and Environment Discussion Paper in the discussion topics below as well as your response to our quick poll opposite.

Consultation has concluded
  • drop in session this Saturday 25 June

    about 6 years ago

    The next drop-in information session will be on this Saturday, 25 June, from 11am to 2pm in the front foyer of the Bowen Library at maroubra junction. council staff will be there to answer any questions you have about the Open Space Discussion Paper.

    The next drop-in information session will be on this Saturday, 25 June, from 11am to 2pm in the front foyer of the Bowen Library at maroubra junction. council staff will be there to answer any questions you have about the Open Space Discussion Paper.