The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) have released the remediation plan for the upcoming works to the Bonnie Vale campgrounds and have provided the following update to the community.
Plans for remediation
The plan has been informed by detailed investigations and analysis.
The works will include the following:
• Remediation of asbestos affected ground with new fill and turf.
• Powered sites will be provided in the western section of the campground.
• A dedicated area will be provided for community and education groups at the western end for camping and meeting.
• Landscaping will be improved with new turf, planting, pruning and weeding of vegetation.
• New shelters and bbqs will be installed to the eastern section of the campground with existing shelters upgraded.
• Parking will be upgraded including accessible parking in the western section of the campground.
• Security and boom gates will be upgraded.
• Minor repairs to the road will be undertaken.
• A new shelter for kayak storage will be installed.
The remediation plan for Bonnie Vale has been released. The full plan can be downloaded from the project webpage
Access during construction
The construction phase is scheduled from August to November 2021. During this time there will some closures to Bonnie Vale for the safety of visitors and work crews.
A significant number of heavy truck movements will be required, particularly in the early stages of the construction phase.
This may impact on pedestrian access across Bonnie Vale including the walking track between Maianbar and Bonnie Vale with part-time closures.
Any closures will be notified via onsite signage, the project webpage, the NPWS alerts and their newsletter. Details will be available in the coming weeks.
Please note, weather and other factors can impact on construction schedules and some closures or impacts may be necessary at short notice. NPWS will make every effort to provide accurate information on closures as early as possible.
Where can I get more information?
Updates will be available via the project webpage. If onsite work is being carried out, alerts will be published on the NPWS Visitor webpage and through onsite signage.