The work at Curleys Bay recreational park is being undertaken by Council (September to December 2018).
A shipping container and port-a-loo has been delivered to the site. The port-a-loo is available for use by construction crew and general patrons to the reserve.
Council staff will work on this facility as well as the Bendalong facility and the plan is to have both public amenities ready for use in the summer school holidays.
Community Engagement had been undertaken in relation to the skate park at Curleys Bay Reserve, Culburra Beach. Council has met with representatives of the Culburra Beach Progress Association and Culburra Beach Progress Association – Youth Committee – in relation to the Curleys Bay Recreational Park. The Culburra Beach Progress Association requested consideration of a public amenity (toilet) as part of this proposed development at this location.
At its February 2018 Strategy & Assets Meeting Council resolved to allocate $75,000 to fund the construction of a public amenity at Culburra beach – Curleys Bay and to decommission the unused public amenity - Orient Point – Orient Point Reserve.
The Orient Point Facility was demolished on May 2018.