Toondah Harbour project update by Redlands2030 on Saturday morning 10 September in G.J. Walter Park on Middle Street


Toondah Harbour Project Update

  • What is the Toondah Harbour Project?
  • Will it benefit the community?
  • Why does it seem nothing’s happening?

Just some of the questions to be discussed at a Redlands2030 community update:

Date: Saturday 10 September 2016

Time: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Place: Middle Street end of G.J. Walter Park, just before the ferry terminal (Google Maps)


The Calypso at Toondah Harbour

Meet the Redlands2030 crew and others in the community who are concerned about the scope, scale and impacts of the project proposed by Walker Corporation.

Drop in to the information tent for tea/coffee and a chat.

We’ll have sausages sizzling as well.

Learn about developments proposed over a 20 year construction period and tell us what you think is needed.

One of the Toondah koalas

One of the Toondah koalas

Redlands2030 recently reported a fifth delay to the Project’s environmental assessment.

The project as currently proposed (see the Walker Corporation Master Plan below) would adversely affect the Toondah koalas, critically endangered shorebirds and internationally recognised Ramsar wetlands.

Walker corporation's master plan for its proposed Toondah harbour development

Walker Corporation’s proposed Toondah Harbour Master Plan formed the basis for a 3D flyover simulation prepared by Redlands2030


Date: September 10, 2016
Time: 08:00-11:00 a.m.
Event: Toondah Harbour Project Update
Topic: Toondah Harbour Project Update
Venue: GJ Walter Park
Location: Middle Street near the ferry terminal (opposite the former CSIRO site)
Public: Public

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