Recreation Plan

Consultation has concluded

After hearing your views and ideas last year, a draft plan has been developed. You can see the draft Recreation Plan and the Council report and then have your say by completing a formal submission using the tab below.

An online version is also available or if you would like to read a brief summary, read the synopsis.

Have Your say...We're Listening

For more information contact the Sport & Recreation Officer, Jarrod Smith
on (02) 6581 8111 or email jarrod.smith@pmhc.nsw.gov.au



After hearing your views and ideas last year, a draft plan has been developed. You can see the draft Recreation Plan and the Council report and then have your say by completing a formal submission using the tab below.

An online version is also available or if you would like to read a brief summary, read the synopsis.

Have Your say...We're Listening

For more information contact the Sport & Recreation Officer, Jarrod Smith
on (02) 6581 8111 or email jarrod.smith@pmhc.nsw.gov.au



Public recreation areas are important community assets. Locals and visitors use these spaces to relax, get fit and socialise. How do you use these spaces?

Share a story about a favorite time in a public recreation area.

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I would love to know what are you doing about the thuggery that is happening in NSW, as it will no doubt be in our beautiful town soon enough. I am a mother and grandmother and worry about the youth of today, we really need some structure in our pubs, clubs, make a stand and make lockout in Port Macquarie 10pm.

crewie almost 6 years ago

As owners of a small trailer yacht, access to the river is important. The ramp at Westport is great, with plenty of parking and the new jetty is excellent.The ramp at River Park Road with its new jetty is also good, but the parking is abysmal. More than about 3 trailers need to be parked on the road, to the detriment of the local residents, and even then there's not much room. If you removed the logs around the bitumen area and allowed people to back their trailers onto the grass, you could accommodate more boaties at this ramp. Also, the ramps at Ferrybank Creek Road are unusable for us due to the over-hanging trees. (A yacht has a mast). If these could be pruned, that would be another good option.

jebdra almost 6 years ago

Being relatively new to the area we are thrilled to be able to walk our dogs off-leash at Lighthouse Beach everyday. However, when the weather and tides make this unsuitable, it would be a great asset to have a fully fenced leash-free park. At our previous location we had such a facility which was divided into 2 sections approx. 2/3 to 1/3 for large and small dogs which gave everyone peace of mind including those whose dogs cannot be let free near roads or bushland.

Lellow almost 6 years ago

My 13 grandchildren play cricket, frisbee, touch footie, badminton and many other ball games on Nana Klumpp Reserve every school holidays, and often picnic on the grass there as well. Council does a marvellous job, keeping the grass mown there.

Kintore about 6 years ago