Tuggerah Lakes Estuary community pop-up events


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Friday, 24 February 2023


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Do you have a question, concern or idea related to the Tuggerah Lakes Estuary that you would like to share with Council?

Our friendly Estuary Management staff are bringing their office to the lake, so drop-in for a chat at one of our pop-in events.

Waterways Education and Estuary Management staff from the Catchment to Coast team are running pop-up offices around Tuggerah Lakes over the 6 weeks to answer questions, discuss concerns and listen to ideas from the community relating to the Tuggerah Lakes Estuary.

Our staff will do their best to address your questions on the spot, but if they don't have all the answers they will endeavour to find out and get back to you.  

To maximise accessibility, a wide range of locations and different times and days of the week are being offered for these sessions. 

No bookings are required, just walk in and one of our friendly staff will be happy to listen.

  • Sat 25 Feb (9am–12pm) - Saltwater Creek Boat Ramp, Tuggerah Pde, Long Jetty
  • Wed 1 Mar (4pm-7pm) - Killarney Vale Foreshore Playground, Corner of Lucinda Ave and Aubrey St
  • Thu 2 Mar (3-6pm) - Buff Point: Woodland Parkway Reserve, 12 Woodland Parkway
  • Sun 5 Mar (9am-12pm) - Berkeley Vale: Ewen Howlett Reserve, 117 Lakedge Ave
  • Tue 7 Mar (2-4pm) - Budgewoi: Ashley Chapman Reserve, Corner of Noela Pl and Natuna Ave
  • Tue 7 Mar (4:30-6:30pm) - Budgewoi Point: Behind Hibiscus Lakeside, 2 Diamond Head Drive
  • Thu 9 Mar (4pm-7pm) - Toukley: Osborne Park, 20 Peel St
  • Sat 11 Mar (8am -10:30am) - San Remo Boat Ramp, Corner of Liamena Ave and Highview Ave
  • Sat 11 Mar (11am-1:30pm) - San Remo Shared Pathway, Behind corner of Emu Dr and Kallaroo Rd
  • Sun 12 Mar (10am- 1pm) - Lake Munmorah Community Hall, Colongra Bay Rd
  • Thu 16 Mar (4pm – 7pm) - Wyongah, Boat Ramp, Corner Tuggerawong Rd and Oakland St
  • Sat 18 Mar (7am-10am) - The Entrance, Picnic Point Reserve, Tuggerah Parade
  • Sun 19 Mar (11am-2pm) - Gorokan: Wallarah Point Peace Park, 1 The Corso
  • Thu 23 Mar (3:30-6:30pm) - Chittaway Bay: Lions Park, 389 Lakedge Ave

These community engagement sessions are part of Council’s commitment to working collaboratively with the community in alignment with the recommendations from the Tuggerah Lakes Expert Panel.  

This engagement project encourages co-creation of actions to help protect and restore the estuary.

This project received funding from the Australian Government. 

To find out more about the Tuggerah Lakes Estuary, go to our Love Waterways website. 

We’d love to see as many of the community as possible attend these pop-up events. If you are unable to make it, residents can contact our estuary management team directly on waterways@centralcoast.nsw.gov.au 

Council branded gazebo on the foreshore with staff member

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Last updated : Thu 9 Mar 2023