Do you agree with the Parks of the Coffin Bay Area Management Plan Draft Amendments?

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This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 2 December 2019 to 28 February 2020. Find out more about the consultation process. Below is a record of the engagement.

The proposed amendments aim to support the SA Government’s commitment to create new opportunities for families to retain shacks on Crown land and in national parks, as part of vibrant holiday communities.

Read the Park Management Plan draft amendments and leave your comment below.

Please note: Your submissions and survey responses will be made publicly available in full on the Department for Environment and Water’s website unless you indicate on the submission or survey that you wish for these to remain confidential. Please also note that any responses that are made on a confidential basis may still be subject to access under Freedom of Information laws.

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Darren Richardson

28 Feb 2020

The shacks in the Kellidie Bay conservation park known as Oyster Town are an important part of South Australian heritage that have coexisted and protected the natural environment over generations, the government decision to retain the shacks in a traditional low key development for future generations to continue the custodianship of the area shows foresight in protecting S.A. heritage for future generations.