Harry Morton Park (70792)


Location
North of Robertson Street PORT KEMBLA NSW 2500

Proposed Community Land Category Mix
Natural Area Bushland
Park

Crown Reserve Purpose
Public Recreation

Initial Category under the CLM Act
Park

Key Considerations for the Reserve
This reserve is a mixture of open space and bushland that is mainly behind residential areas. Access points that are available have gates and/or concrete blocks to ensure it is pedestrian access rather than vehicle. It has been a site of rubbish dumping and antisocial behaviour in the past.



Location
North of Robertson Street PORT KEMBLA NSW 2500

Proposed Community Land Category Mix
Natural Area Bushland
Park

Crown Reserve Purpose
Public Recreation

Initial Category under the CLM Act
Park

Key Considerations for the Reserve
This reserve is a mixture of open space and bushland that is mainly behind residential areas. Access points that are available have gates and/or concrete blocks to ensure it is pedestrian access rather than vehicle. It has been a site of rubbish dumping and antisocial behaviour in the past.


Feedback on Harry Morton Park

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