Bain Park Master Plan

Consultation has concluded

Bain Park is a significant recreational space located in the centre of Wauchope’s CBD.  Council will be embarking on a series of comprehensive community engagement activities in order to prepare a Master Plan to guide future development.

Widespread community engagement and participation is vital to ensure all members of the community have the opportunity to have their say and provide feedback on the development of the plan.

Bain Park is a significant recreational space located in the centre of Wauchope’s CBD. Council will be embarking on a series of comprehensive community engagement activities in order to prepare a Master Plan to guide future development of this space.

The Bain Park Master Plan project has been identified in the 2019/2020 Operational Plan as part of Council’s regional master planning for recreational facilities to encourage a healthy, inclusive and vibrant community. The creation of a Master Plan for Bain Park will allow Council to create a future design for the space that reflects the community’s current and future needs.

The Master Plan will provide a strategic direction for the allocation of Council funds into the future, as well as allowing increased opportunities to attract grant funding. The Master Plan will aim to accommodate a wide range of future community events, including events, performances, movie screenings, expos, etc. whilst also factoring in the adjacent community facilities that have a strong connection to the park and the CBD.

The Master Plan will be utilised to inform the Bain Park Plan of Management, which is to be developed later in the financial year.

Initial community engagement has now closed.

A draft Bain Park Master Plan will be available for further community feedback in the near future.

Any further enquiries, please contact Georgina Perri on telephone (02) 6581 8113 or email to georgina.perri@pmhc.nsw.gov.au



Bain Park is a significant recreational space located in the centre of Wauchope’s CBD. Council will be embarking on a series of comprehensive community engagement activities in order to prepare a Master Plan to guide future development of this space.

The Bain Park Master Plan project has been identified in the 2019/2020 Operational Plan as part of Council’s regional master planning for recreational facilities to encourage a healthy, inclusive and vibrant community. The creation of a Master Plan for Bain Park will allow Council to create a future design for the space that reflects the community’s current and future needs.

The Master Plan will provide a strategic direction for the allocation of Council funds into the future, as well as allowing increased opportunities to attract grant funding. The Master Plan will aim to accommodate a wide range of future community events, including events, performances, movie screenings, expos, etc. whilst also factoring in the adjacent community facilities that have a strong connection to the park and the CBD.

The Master Plan will be utilised to inform the Bain Park Plan of Management, which is to be developed later in the financial year.

Initial community engagement has now closed.

A draft Bain Park Master Plan will be available for further community feedback in the near future.

Any further enquiries, please contact Georgina Perri on telephone (02) 6581 8113 or email to georgina.perri@pmhc.nsw.gov.au



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Port Macquarie-Hastings Council is preparing a Masterplan for Bain Park to guide the future of the prominent green space and significant recreational asset in Wauchope’s CBD.

    We would like to hear from current users around what you love about the space and what could be improved to attract future users.

    Let's work together to create a great space!

    Privacy Notification: Information contained in submissions and petitions, including your name, address and contact information, may be made public by exhibition on Councils website , inclusion in Council reports and publicly accessible register. In limited circumstances, you may apply

    Port Macquarie-Hastings Council is preparing a Masterplan for Bain Park to guide the future of the prominent green space and significant recreational asset in Wauchope’s CBD.

    We would like to hear from current users around what you love about the space and what could be improved to attract future users.

    Let's work together to create a great space!

    Privacy Notification: Information contained in submissions and petitions, including your name, address and contact information, may be made public by exhibition on Councils website , inclusion in Council reports and publicly accessible register. In limited circumstances, you may apply in writing for suppression of your personal information from a publicly accessible register. Submissions and petitions are subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Further information on how Council handles personal information can be found in our Privacy Statement located on Council’s website.


    Consultation has concluded
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    You are invited to apply to attend the Bain Park Master Planning Workshop

    When: Saturday 19 October from 10am - 2pm

    Where: Wauchope Community Arts Centre

    Tea, coffee and light refreshments will be served

    Let's work together to create a great space!

    Privacy Notification: Information contained in submissions and petitions, including your name, address and contact information, may be made public by exhibition on Councils website , inclusion in Council reports and publicly accessible register. In limited circumstances, you may apply in

    You are invited to apply to attend the Bain Park Master Planning Workshop

    When: Saturday 19 October from 10am - 2pm

    Where: Wauchope Community Arts Centre

    Tea, coffee and light refreshments will be served

    Let's work together to create a great space!

    Privacy Notification: Information contained in submissions and petitions, including your name, address and contact information, may be made public by exhibition on Councils website , inclusion in Council reports and publicly accessible register. In limited circumstances, you may apply in writing for suppression of your personal information from a publicly accessible register. Submissions and petitions are subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Further information on how Council handles personal information can be found in our Privacy Statement located on Council’s website.


    Consultation has concluded