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Public consultation of Murramarang South Coast Walk Draft Master Plan extended

Public consultation of Murramarang South Coast Walk Draft Master Plan and Draft Review of Environmental Factors extended to 23 August 2020

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service has provided a two week extension on the public consultation of the Murramarang South Coast Walk draft master plan and draft review of environmental factors.

Both documents are available on this website for review and comment until Sunday 23 August 2020.

The extension now provides the public with five weeks to provide feedback on the draft documents, given the current coronavirus restrictions and impacts from the east coast low weather event.

The Murramarang South Coast Walk is a 48-kilometre multi-day walking track located on the South Coast of New South Wales. The walk will start near Batemans Bay and traverse the spectacular coastline of Murramarang National Park and Murramarang Aboriginal Area. The walk will connect the coastal villages of Maloneys Beach, Durras, Depot Beach, Kioloa and finish at Bawley Point near Ulladulla.

You are invited to make a written submission on the master plan and review of environmental factors by 23 August 2020 in any of the following ways:

Make a submission via the website:

Email your submission to:

Post your written submission to:.

Manager, Shoalhaven Area

NPWS, PO Box 72

Ulladulla NSW 2539

The submissions will be considered to help identify the actions required to deliver the Murramarang South Coast Walk to a high standard and to assess the likelihood of the proposed activity causing a significant impact.

For more information visit

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