Sunday social gathering at 109 Foreshore Drive

A previous social event at 109 foreshore drive attracted many locals from across the peninsula.

RESIDENTS will gather at 109 Foreshore Drive, Salamander Bay, on Sunday to protest the park’s proposed sale.

The small block of land has been used as a community park for decades, with rubbish bins and signs pointing to its use as a park.

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Local residents say the land is a koala corridor between Mambo Wanda Wetlands and the sand flats, where koalas are known to lick the sand for salt.

The small plot of land sits on low-lying foreshore ground, adjacent to the wetlands and features a large drain.

It is often waterlogged.

On Sunday 14 August a social gathering to which everyone is welcome begins at noon until 4pm.

The BAYZ Ukulele group will perform.

Port Stephens Councillor Leah Anderson told News Of The Area, ““The community is still standing together to save the iconic 109 Foreshore Drive.

“The regular socials organised are a great way for community to catch up and spend time in a beautiful location, and to continue to show support for saving this valuable parcel of land from being sold for development,” she said.


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