Southern Barossa Masterplans unveiled

Five recreation and community masterplans have been unveiled by Barossa Council for Barossa-wide community consultation as part of the Southern Barossa Hub project.

A year in the making, the masterplans propose co-located, multi-purpose facilities at Lyndoch Oval, Queen Victoria Jubilee Park in Williamstown and Curdnatta Park at Sandy Creek, plus a new dedicated rugby site adjacent the Rex in Tanunda.

A fifth masterplan shows a purpose built hub facility at a greenfield site, but no suitable location for that option is currently available.

Council is seeking community feedback on the draft masterplans from 27 January to 3 March 2017 inclusive. Submissions can be made via email to barossa@barossa.sa.gov.au, via the form below, at our dedicated engagement platform www.ourbetterbarossa.com  or in hard copy. Please note our method of consultation is not structured with direct questions, but instead seeks your feedback through an open-ended response form, allowing you to provide extensive comments and feedback.

The masterplans can be viewed at branch offices or online (see links below).

To view the Southern Barossa Feasibility Study click here

To view the media release click here

To view the flier click here

To view the Lyndoch Recreation Masterplan click here

To view the Curdnatta Park Masterplan click here

To view the Queen Victoria Jubilee Park Masterplan click here

To view the Tanunda Rex Masterplan click here

To view Greenfield site 1 click here

To view Greenfield site 2 click here

To complete an online submission click here

The Southern Barossa Hub project dovetails into The Big Project, a Barossa-wide infrastructure roadmap. To visit our dedicated page click here