Sustainable Tourism Infrastructure Project

Shoalhaven City Council is pleased to announce funding for seven sustainable tourism projects to improve infrastructure around some of the City’s most popular tourist destinations.

 
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  • Project Status
  • Last updated 27 October 2022

About the project

Earlier this year, Council successfully obtained grant funding of $5.3 Million under the NSW Government’s Restart NSW Infrastructure Grant.

The $5.3 Million together with $1.63 Million of Council funding and an $80,000 in-kind contribution from the Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council (ULALC) will see the following projects undertaken within the next three years:

  • Plantation Point - Completed 
  • Palm Beach/Sanctuary Point - Completed
  • St Georges Basin/Sanctuary Point – Basin Walk
    • Stage 1 - Shared User Path, Sanctuary Point Road
    • Stage 2 - Basin Walk
  • Hyams Beach – upgrade to existing amenities, improved pedestrian access, upgrade of BBQ’s picnic shelters and beach access. For an overview of this project, visit the Hyams Beach Master Plan web page
  • Ulladulla Headland and Warden Head Walking Trails – resurfacing existing tracks, construction of boardwalks and gravel paths, improvements to viewing areas and signage, sculpture by ULALC.
  • Murramarang Coastal Walk Extension

Please refer to the supporting documents published on this web page. 

These projects are proudly supported by the NSW Government.