Malabar Headland Coastal Walkway

Consultation has concluded

Thank you to everyone who participated in this consultation.

  • Council resolved on 28 June 2016 to proceed with construction of the walkway, but to remove the access from Ford Rd following feedback from residents. View the report.
  • Council considered a report on the outcome of the consultation on 24 May 2016. View the report and resolution.
  • National Parks and Wildlife Service is seeking feedback on the proposed eastern walkway. Find out more and have your say (consultation open 1-29 July).

Randwick City Council is working with the National Parks and Wildlife Service to return public access to Malabar Headland with a new coastal walkway connecting South Maroubra Beach and Malabar Beach.

The proposed walkway will offer stunning ocean views across Malabar Headland to Maroubra Bay and will be the first public access to the newly declared Malabar Headland National Park in 150 years.

The 1km walking track has been designed to minimise impact to the natural environment such as the endangered Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub and provide a direct connection through the National Park.

It will consist of a new 1500mm wide boardwalk constructed of fibreglass, stainless steel and timber. There will be seating and viewing areas taking in the panoramic vista.

This is an exciting new project and we want to know what you think!

This consultation is open from 1 - 31 March 2016.

More information: Phone 1300 722 542 or email council@randwick.nsw.gov.au

Thank you to everyone who participated in this consultation.

  • Council resolved on 28 June 2016 to proceed with construction of the walkway, but to remove the access from Ford Rd following feedback from residents. View the report.
  • Council considered a report on the outcome of the consultation on 24 May 2016. View the report and resolution.
  • National Parks and Wildlife Service is seeking feedback on the proposed eastern walkway. Find out more and have your say (consultation open 1-29 July).

Randwick City Council is working with the National Parks and Wildlife Service to return public access to Malabar Headland with a new coastal walkway connecting South Maroubra Beach and Malabar Beach.

The proposed walkway will offer stunning ocean views across Malabar Headland to Maroubra Bay and will be the first public access to the newly declared Malabar Headland National Park in 150 years.

The 1km walking track has been designed to minimise impact to the natural environment such as the endangered Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub and provide a direct connection through the National Park.

It will consist of a new 1500mm wide boardwalk constructed of fibreglass, stainless steel and timber. There will be seating and viewing areas taking in the panoramic vista.

This is an exciting new project and we want to know what you think!

This consultation is open from 1 - 31 March 2016.

More information: Phone 1300 722 542 or email council@randwick.nsw.gov.au

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Malabar Headland Coastal Walkway Survey

    Use this survey to tell us what you think about the plans for a Malabar Headland Coastal Walkway.

    Use this survey to tell us what you think about the plans for a Malabar Headland Coastal Walkway.

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