Rose Bay Park Seawall Design

Consultation has concluded

The image shows a tram car running along the single line tram route through Gap Park. The poles and wires shown in the photo are now gone. The trams stopped running in 1960 following a government decision to scrap the tram network in Sydney. The park looked very different then with mainly sparse and low vegetation allowing uninterrupted views to the harbour, city and HMAS Watson at South Head.

Thank you for participating by making your submission. The majority of submissions were in favour of the proposed concept design for the Rose Bay Park seawall upgrade. Procurement to award the contract for construction will be finalised by the end of 2019. Works are expected to be completed by June 2020.

Consultation has concluded.

We're proposing to upgrade the existing boulder seawall in Rose Bay Park to provide improved amenity and safety. The condition of the existing wall is deteriorating and will require replacement.

The proposed seawall will maintain elements of the character of the existing boulder wall through the use of large sandstone blocks. For a portion of the wall, the sandstone blocks will be terraced to allow opportunities for people to enjoy the harbour through informal seating.

We are seeking community feedback on a detailed concept design for the seawall upgrade. To get a better picture, refer to the image below. You can upload your comments on the survey and let us know what you think of the proposal.

Submissions closed Monday 30 September 2019.

https://yoursay.woollahra.nsw.gov.au/48047/documents/114559

Thank you for participating by making your submission. The majority of submissions were in favour of the proposed concept design for the Rose Bay Park seawall upgrade. Procurement to award the contract for construction will be finalised by the end of 2019. Works are expected to be completed by June 2020.

Consultation has concluded.

We're proposing to upgrade the existing boulder seawall in Rose Bay Park to provide improved amenity and safety. The condition of the existing wall is deteriorating and will require replacement.

The proposed seawall will maintain elements of the character of the existing boulder wall through the use of large sandstone blocks. For a portion of the wall, the sandstone blocks will be terraced to allow opportunities for people to enjoy the harbour through informal seating.

We are seeking community feedback on a detailed concept design for the seawall upgrade. To get a better picture, refer to the image below. You can upload your comments on the survey and let us know what you think of the proposal.

Submissions closed Monday 30 September 2019.

https://yoursay.woollahra.nsw.gov.au/48047/documents/114559