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18 JUNE 2020:


Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council (CGRC), is inviting members of the public to put forward ideas and suggestions to create a landscaping masterplan for Cootamundra’s Jubilee Park.

Council has some interesting concepts up for discussion relating to the future design of the Jubilee Park precinct, which incorporates further enhancement of the ‘Captains Walk’. Improved utilisation of the existing natural landscape including Muttama Creek, complementing the adjoining Caravan Park and linking pathways with other existing and proposed major access opportunities.

Another idea up for consideration is a large walk through Australian native ‘Bird Avery’ that would give an amazing place for locals to walk through and sit enjoying the wonders and beauty of our native species, and add a major tourist attraction for visitors and travellers. It would be the intent to place the Avery in an area that utilises the massive structure of existing River Red Gums.

CGRC is partnering with Landscape Architects, Sala4D, to create the landscape masterplan for the iconic park. With 20 years’ experience in the creation of spaces, Sala4D have diverse local government experience and understand the specific requirements of the public sector.

The workshops will be held on Wednesday 24 June in the Alby Schultz Meeting Centre in Cooper Street Cootamundra. Due to social distancing restrictions there are limited numbers allowable at the workshops, so bookings are essential. Due to these restrictions there will be two workshops. Residents can register for Workshop One, held from 4pm to 6pm and Workshop Two from 7pm to 9pm.

This is an opportunity for interested members of the public to discuss ideas for the parks future use and development.

Please email or call 1300 459 689 to book your spot to attend a workshop.

If you’re unable to attend the workshops or the spots have already been filled, please email your thoughts to, marked Jubilee Park Masterplan in the subject line or write a letter to Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council PO Box 420, Cootamundra NSW 2590.

Photo and caption: Members of the public are invited to attend workshops to put ideas and suggestions forward to create a landscaping masterplan for Cootamundra’s Jubilee Park.