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One Mile Beach car park

Expected startExpected completionStatusBudgetContribution
November 2024December 2024Maintenance work complete$300kPSC funding 100

Latest update

8 December 2023

Works continued at One Mile Beach car park with several timber barrier poles around the perimeter of the car park to avoid cars parking on non-Council land (National Parks land).

New line marking and signage have also been installed to help formalise parking.

Project overview

In 2021, Council received funding from the NSW Government’s Fixing Local Roads grant to upgrade and reseal Hannah Parade – One Mile Beach car park.

During the construction of the sewer system, culturally significant artefacts were discovered, leading to the requirement to obtain an Aboriginal Heritage Impact Permit (AHIP) for future works at the site.

Works in line with our initial concept design are currently on hold due to heritage considerations and approvals. Once approval is obtained, Council will continue to deliver the project as originally planned once resources allow.

The work that took place in November 2023 included maintenance works including pothole repairs, and formalisation of the car park including line marking and perimeter boundaries. See the map below for the current scope of work.

As part of our work, we're taking steps to protect the nearby vegetation and prevent unauthorised parking on National Parks managed lands, which will help visitors avoid parking fines.