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The Hastings River Floodplain Risk Management Plan identified the need for additional streamflow and rainfall gauges to be incorporated into the existing network to improve flood predictions.
Dunbogan Bridge is undergoing critical maintenance works to restore the bridge strength and prolong the bridge life.
Wauchope is one of the region’s most important gateways and an upgrade to the CBD of Wauchope, while still maintaining the main street’s character is of the highest priority for Council.
An upgrade of around 3.4 kilometres of Ocean Drive is planned, to widen the road from two lanes to four lanes between Matthew Flinders Drive to Greenmeadows Drive (South), Port Macquarie.
Council is proposing to upgrade the Reid Street, Diamond Head Road and The Boulevard intersection to improve local flood and evacuation access in the area
The Port Macquarie Coastal Walk is a 9.2km walking track that takes you from Westport Park along the beautiful Hastings River, continuing along the coastline to finish at Tacking Point Lighthouse. There are several sections that are being upgraded.
Preliminary investigations for the future upgrade of John Oxley Drive between Kingfisher Road and The Ruins Way has commenced.
Telegraph Point residents, including local school children will soon be able to walk, ride and run more safely between key village locations with work now underway on a range of pedestrian upgrades.
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.
Council has been developing a Master Plan for the Health and Education Precinct for the past 15 months. A final version has now been completed and was adopted by Council at the September 2019 Ordinary Council meeting.