The Port Macquarie Historic Cemetery is NSW second oldest European burial ground, and one of the state’s most significant historic sites.
O'Neills Bridge on Batar Creek Road, a timber bridge which has reached the end of its service life and prone to flood events will be replaced with a new concrete bridge with a central pier.
Council is working to develop a new sporting complex that will not only cater for existing sporting needs but offers opportunity to grow our future sporting tourism by attracting new regional and state events.
The development of a strategic concept plan for the Port Macquarie Pool including the site selection process is a key action for 2017/18 in Council’s Recreation Action Plan.
A snapshot of Key Projects for 2017/2018 broken down by region.
Council is committed to building a new pontoon to improve boat launch and retrieval capacity, increase accessibility to the water way and provide safer use of the boat ramp facilities.
Houston Mitchell Drive between Bonny Hills and the Pacific Highway received a major upgrade that completes safety and traffic flow improvements along this vital link road.
Development of the IWCM Strategy provides Council with an opportunity to take stock of its water cycle management efforts so far, and plan what needs to be done in the future.
This regional facility provides modern, state of the art facilities for participants and spectators including 6 courts, new multi-purpose and activity rooms, offices, amenities and a kiosk.
The project will see the construction of a new Town Square (at the northern end of Horton St) and Stage 1 of an upgrade to the Town Green to ensure these spaces meet future community needs.