What is the Pittwater Waterway Review?
The Pittwater waterway is iconic and one of the Northern Beaches most significant natural assets.
It fundamentally embodies the spirit and character of the Northern Beaches and makes the area such a beautiful place to live, work and visit.
The Pittwater waterway (referred to as Pittwater or the Waterway in this paper) is highly valued, locally and regionally, for its varied marine
biodiversity, delicate estuarine habitats, unique environmental setting, recreation value, natural picturesque setting, contribution to the
local economy and community and means of access for offshore communities.
These diverse and competing pressures highlight the need to manage Pittwater sustainably now and into the future.
To achieve this, Council has embarked on a holistic review of the waterway to ensure it is sustainably managed.
The Pittwater Waterway Review (the Review) will seek to identify and assess all issues impacting the waterway and potential opportunities to address
and balance the array of competing interests.
The Review will then form the basis for the development and implementation of strategies and specific actions to guide the management of the waterway
over the next 10-15 years.
We are undertaking a review to improve the management of the Pittwater waterway now and in the future.Tell us what you think of the Discussion
Paper by filling in our online survey.
Come along to a drop in session or information stall:
- Sat 29 April, 12pm-3pm Mona Vale Memorial HallSun 30 April,
- 9am-1pm Frenchs Forest Organic Markets
- Tues 2 May, 5-8pm Mona Vale Memorial Hall
- Fri 5 May, 8am-12pm Beaches Market, (Pittwater Rugby Park)
- Sat 6 May, 12:30-3pm Avalon (outside Woolworths)