The Wagtsaffe-Killcare Community Association is continuing its efforts to have the walking track at Half Tide Rocks restored by NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Association president Mr Mike Allsop said the association had contacted Member for Terrigal Mr Adam Crouch to pressure the National Parks and Wildlife Service directly.
The Service has released a draft of a new Plan of Management for Bouddi National Park for public comment.
Mr Allsop said the Half Tide Rocks Track was mentioned but was not made a matter of significance.
“The track does rate a mention, but you have to look hard to find it,” Mr Allsop said.
“The commentary does reflect the level of community support for this work, so we hope that plans will turn to actions without undue delay.
“Community feedback is invited and we would encourage interested residents to review and engage in the process before it closes on September 30.
“The documents can be found on the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage’s website, under the topics tab and by selecting Bouddi National Parks management documents.
“There is also hard copy available at the Maitland Bay Visitor Centre,” Mr Allsop said.
Newsletter, 30 Jul 2019
Ian Bull, WTKCA