We want your feedback on outdoor spaces in the MidCoast

Let's get a fresh perspective! Join the conversation about current and future outdoor space needs in the MidCoast.

How do you use outdoor spaces now? How do you want to use them in the future?

By providing your feedback you will be helping to build an Open Space and Recreation Strategy for us to plan, program, prioritise and fund outdoor spaces in the MidCoast over the next 15 years.

This project will take place over several months, with many opportunities for you to participate.


How to have your say

You can have your say in any way:

  • Complete the survey on this project page below. (10 minutes)
  • Complete the 'Quick poll' below. (One minute)
  • Complete the ideas wall (One minute)
  • Map you ideas (Two minutes)
  • Attend one of our 'pop-up stalls' across the MidCoast to have your say

You can complete as many activities as you like. We know you really want to share what matters to you.

What is your dream idea for outdoor spaces in the MidCoast?

Do you want an Olympic skatepark? a roller-skating rink? an outdoor art exhibition space? Think big! While we may not be able to deliver your big picture ideas, we would love to know your wildest aspirations for outdoor spaces in the MidCoast. (max 140 characters).

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7 August, 2022

Leonie says:

To upgrade our town (Nabiac) Tennis/Netball courts and Shade over the new benches near the creek & we need more parking in the town centre.

6 August, 2022

Loz Parsons says:

Palmgrove Park (Forster) has such an opportunity to link our local beach with a much better park and bike paths for families.

6 August, 2022

Henriette Evans says:

A Family friendly park in Wingham with disability access updated usable play equipment, soft surface, seating, shade, learners bicycle track

5 August, 2022

Karen says:

More trees on the grassed areas, around the Bullring at Forster, with seats under them.

5 August, 2022

valerie heath says:

Just plain "more toilets "around Forster please. And more seats. Both required in streets where we walk near our homes. Also @ woolworth

5 August, 2022

Shirley says:

I think the village of Lansdowne needs footpaths, especially leading from Cnr Lansdowne Road/Macquarie Street to the local hall

5 August, 2022

RobynLamond says:

More documented walking / cycling circuits across our State Forests and National Parks with history and natural systems interpretation.

5 August, 2022

Robyn says:

More documented walking / cycling circuits across our State Forests and National Parks with history and natural systems interpretation.

4 August, 2022

Chrissy says:

A creative, interactive and whimsical play space, with sections for children of all ages and abilities, located centrally and close to cafes

3 August, 2022

Marzena says:

A family friendly facility for all ages including eateries playground exercise Tamworth Park perfect example family friendly facility

3 August, 2022

Marzena says:

An all age playground facility in taree like Tuncurryhas just received.Currently there is nothing for over 5 yr olds to utilise to be active

3 August, 2022

Jess Field says:

We would absolutely love a Skatepark at Coomba Park. There is plenty of space to build one and so many kids out there who would love it.