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Coastal Walk Master Plan

Flynns Beach

The Coastal Walk is a 9km scenic walking trail that travels from Westport Park, through the Port Macquarie CBD to Tacking Point Lighthouse. It is an important and much loved asset for both visitors and the Port Macquarie-Hastings community.

A  Coastal Walk Master Plan48MB pdf(PDF, 48MB) was developed based on input from the community and aligns with other sections of the Coastal Walk that have already been planned and adopted by Council, including the Foreshore Walk, Town Beach and Tacking Point Master Plans. 

Council allocated a total budget of $997,000 for upgrades in accordance with the Coastal Walk Masterplan. Together with Restart NSW Government funding of $765,000 under the Regional Growth – Environment and Tourism Fund, the total budget for the project is $1.762 million.

The Master Plan will be delivered in stages, subject to funding availability. To view the works completed for the Coastal Walk Master Plan visit www.pmhc.nsw.gov.au/What-we-have-delivered 

Project Updates

  • Town Beach to Town Beach North pathway upgrade

    17 March 2021

    The next stage in the delivery of the Coastal Walk Master Plan (2017), is soon to commence and includes upgrades and construction of new improved pathways and landscaping to improve the condition and accessibility of the Coastal Walk from Town Beach to Town Beach North. 

    Pathway works are scheduled to commence mid April and will be complete at the end of June 2021 (weather permitting). See attached  map3MB pdf(PDF, 3MB)

    Council has allocated a budget of $650,000 within the 2020/21 financial year for the upgrades to the Coastal Walk pathway from Town Beach to Town Beach North, as nominated within the 2020-21 Operational Plan (2.3.3.8 CW).

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This page was last updated on: 29 March 2021