What's a place strategy?

The draft Hallidays Point Place Strategy will provide a framework to guide planning and development decisions that will shape Hallidays Point for many years to come. It will guide conservation, open space, community infrastructure and development in Hallidays Point, including Black Head, Diamond Beach, Red Head and Tallwoods.

We are inviting community input into this important strategy. We want to hear from anyone interested in Hallidays Point, including residents and landholders, traditional owners and other Aboriginal people, young people, people living with disability, elderly people and retirees as well as community and environment groups.

The Place Strategy will be informed by technical studies, including biodiversity, traffic, and bush fire. It will also align with other MidCoast Council documents such as the Housing Strategy, Greening Strategy, Climate Change Policy, Urban Release Areas Report and Biodiversity Framework.

We will also use findings from previous discussions with the community to inform the development of the strategy.

Engagement snapshot

Your feedback on the draft Hallidays Point Place Strategy project.

How to have your say

Share what matters to you by getting involved in the next phase of this project, soon to be announced on this page. Follow the page to ensure you keep up to date.

Your input via the online survey and interactive map, which closed on Sunday 17 July, will help us understand what you think should be considered in the draft Hallidays Point Place Strategy and what Hallidays Point should look like in the future.

You'll also be able to talk with Council’s project team at our upcoming drop-in sessions or pop-ups. Dates and times will be published on this page.