Angaston Railway Precinct Redevelopment


Masterplan for the Angaston Railway Precinct     

As part of The Big Project the Barossa Council, Angaston Community and Business Alliance & Regional Development Australia - Barossa, are working together to create inspiring places for our community at the Angaston Railway Precinct.

The Masterplan for the Angaston Railway Precinct identifies uses for the station precinct including restoration of the station building, a display shed for the Barossa Valley Machinery Preservation Society historic engines, improving access to the area from South Terrace & Washington Street, community spaces, landscaping, adventure play area and use of railway carriages as creative community spaces. There is room for many uses that celebrate our heritage and everyday activities, with spaces for children & families, food & wine, Peramangk heritage, local plantings, relaxation, active zones, entertainment and creative spaces.  

Community consultation was held during February & March 2017 with Council approving the Masterplan in April 2017.

Click here to view the Masterplan Page 1  & Page 2

Read the Angaston Railway Precinct Masterplan Report here.

Angaston Railway Precinct Reference Group 

The Angaston Railway Precinct Reference Group has been formed to provide advice and guidance to Council on the implement the Angaston Railway Precinct Masterplan which was approved by Council in April 2017.
Representatives on the Reference Group include:

Chairperson - Theo Marks
The Barossa Council
Angaston Community and Business Alliance
State Member of Parliament
Regional Development Australia – Barossa
Angaston and Penrice Historical Society
Barossa Valley Machinery Preservation Society
Residents

 Read the Terms of Refererence here

Progress to Date - Stage 1

 2017

February - March - Community Consultation on ideas for the Masterplan

April - Masterplan approved by Council

August - September  -  Opening access to the Railway Precinct from South Street with the demolition of the old Barracks building

September - Barossa Valley Machinery Preservation Society seek development approval for machinery storage shed

Ongoing - Planning for footpath renewal for access from South Terrace

Ongoing - Costing and identification of funding for Stage 2 - Station Restoration & Stage 3 - Adventure Play area and landscaping

Ongoing - Identifying volunteer opportunities to participate in the development of the precinct

For further information please contact Tania Paull, Manager Customer, Library & Heritage Services on 8563 8448 or  email tpaull@barossa.sa.gov.au