This page is dedicated to the Sisters Beach Public Open Space Strategic Plan which council began facilitating in August 2013 as part of the Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2014.
The Council Objective is as follows: To seek input and to keep the Sisters Beach and Waratah-Wynyard community and other interested parties informed and involved in developing key objectives for the open space areas of Sisters Beach.
Council’s draft plan is now available for public comment
- Council’s draft plan for Sisters Beach is now available for viewing at the Council, Sisters Beach Shop or on the Council’s website, click here to read the draft strategic plan
- The president of the Sisters Beach Community Association has already made a statement at the April council meeting in regard to some aspects of this draft plan, click here to read the statement.
- The plan includes renovation of the old hall and installation of a sports court.
- The next stage of the process is to give community feedback. Please read the plan and let the council know if you do or don’t like what they are planning for our town.
- Your letters will count.
- Closing date for comment is 5pm 23rd May 2014.
- Write to the General Manager, Waratah-Wynyard Council,PO Box 168, Wynyard 7325.
Council’s draft plan
- Read the Draft Sisters Beach Open Space Plan
- The Draft Sisters Beach Open Space Plan is to be placed before Waratah-Wynyard Council’s April meeting (Monday 14th).
- When endorsed by council, it will be placed on public exhibition for a period of 4 weeks for community feedback.
Notification from Council re Plan
- Council have advise that the draft Sisters Beach Open Space Plan is to be placed before Waratah-Wynyard Council’s April meeting (Monday 14th).
- Given that Council are happy to endorse the draft, it will then be placed on public exhibition for a period of 4 weeks – for feedback by the Sisters Beach and wider Waratah-Wynyard & NW community.
- When the Draft Plan is made available to the community it will be placed on this page.
Follow on from the “Discussion and Ideas” workshop
- Council Strategic Planners discussed results from the last community meeting
- Council Strategic Planners updated the group on meetings they have had with Tas Water, Tas Fire, National Parks, Crown Land
- Preferred sites for a Community Hall and R.V.parking was progressed
- Read the minutes from the meeting
“Discussion and Ideas” workshop