Wyndham City is in the process of developing a Master Plan for the K Road Cliffs, and want residents to join in on the conversation.

Environment and Sustainability Portfolio Holder, Cr Heather Marcus, encouraged residents to attend one of the engagement sessions and share their thoughts.

“The striking red cliffs at K Road are one of Werribee South’s highlights. We’re developing a Master Plan to secure the site’s future,” Cr Marcus said.

“Residents have an important role to play in shaping this Master Plan, so we’re asking them what they love most about the cliffs, how often they visit, and what ideas they have for its future.”

“We’ll also be providing an update on the tree removal project that aims to stabilise sections of the Werribee cliffs from erosion.”

“We’re also encouraging people to come along and discover these iconic cliffs with a bird watching walk, and a ‘come and try’ fishing day for kids. Colleen Miller from Nature West will be hosting the walk, educating those in attendance about a range of migratory birds that visit the site, as well as the significant habitat values of the cliffs.”

“The Victorian Fisheries Authority is hosting an introduction to fishing for kids, with everything provided so youngsters can cast a line and try fishing in a safe and supportive environment.”

If you can’t make it down, share your thoughts via our online consultation platform The Loop

POP UP COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS

  • SATURDAY, 9 FEBRUARY 2019: 10AM – 1PM, K Road Cliffs, picnic shelter
  • SUNDAY, 10 FEBRUARY 2019: 2PM – 5PM, K Road Cliffs, picnic shelter

BIRD WATCHING WALK

  • SATURDAY, 9 FEBRUARY 2019: 10AM-11AM, K Road Cliffs

COME AND TRY FISHING FOR KIDS

  • SUNDAY, 10 FEBRUARY: Hourly sessions starting between 2PM-4PM, Sessions are limited to 15 participants.

BOOK NOW: 8734 5488 / ext 2038

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