What is the Coastal Walkway?
The Coastal Walkway forms part of the State Government’s Coast Park initiative, which when finished will provide 71km of recreational trail from Sellicks Beach to North Haven.
What is the City of Marion's Coast Park Plan?
The Coast Park Plan is being developed to guide planning, design, prioritisation and timing of potential future stages of the coastal walkway for the length of the City of Marion coastline.
The draft plan is anticipated for completion in mid-2019 for Council endorsement and community feedback.
Why are Hooded Plovers important?
For more information on the Hooded Plover bird species visit the Natural Resources Adelaide Mt Lofty Rangers – Hooded Plovers website.
Why are these works being done?
Council wants to better protect the sensitive flora, fauna and cultural heritage in the area while providing safe and convenient access to the coastline for locals and visitors.
What areas being considered in relation to the proposed Coastal Walkway?
Council is currently gathering information by consulting with the community, government agencies, and experts in cultural heritage and environmental assessments.
How can I be involved?
This is the first stage of consultation on the Coastal Walkway, which is focusing on the section of coast from Heron Way Reserve to the south of Field River. The City of Marion will consult with residents, business and community for each section of works.