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MidCoast Recreational Boating Infrastructure Plan 2024 – 2035

MidCoast Recreational Boating Infrastructure Plan 2024 – 2035

 

This boating infrastructure plan is part of the MidCoast Parks and Recreation Planning Portfolio.

 

It covers more than a hundred individual boating assets, which include boat ramps, pontoons and jetties, across our coastline, rivers and lakes, many of which are sensitive ecosystems. The Plan not only focuses on the assets but also on the activities that are conducted on the waterways, and which use the facilities. Environmental protection is the main focus of the Plan.

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Steiglitz – Memories of Gold

This booklet authored by Ray Sumner and published by the Victorian National Parks Service in 1982 interprets the Steiglitz Historic Park, proclaimed in 1979, and covering 655 hectares of land, including parts of the township of Steiglitz and much of the surrounding Steiglitz goldfield. Steiglitz is about 60km west of Melbourne and about half way between Geelong and Ballarat.

 


Review Status: Pending

Port Moresby and Beyond

This rather charming memoir of a personal journey along the Kokoda Track is by Ron Turner, former Ranger in Charge and District Ranger in Victoria’s and Queensland’s national parks systems.

 

Ron is an accomplished writer: see his First Ranger: A Memoir and Cooloola and its Hinterland in our Document Library as well as his lighthouse series (also relevant to PaRC) indexed on the website of the Queensland Science Network.

Review Status: Pending

Aquatic and Recreation Facilities

This report presents the proceedings of a seminar in November 1992 on the Design and Management of Aquatic and Recreation Facilities. It is credited to the Ministry of Sport and Recreation of the Western Australian Government and the City of Gosnells. (7.4 MB). The report is about 66 pages, with the final few pages appearing to have been mis-numbered.

 


Review Status: Pending