113 Old Main Road Anna Bay NSW 2316

Tourist Recreation Facility and Carpark

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 6 years ago. It was received by them 16 days earlier.

(Source: Port Stephens Council, reference 574/2013)


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  1. Sarah-Jane Bourquin commented

    I am against this devopment proposal. It is not in keeping with the community feel of Anna Bay. The reason people come here to holiday is the beautiful natural surrounds and the laid back atmosphere. They do not come here to be locked away in some artificial environment. The new surf club and cafe will generate tourism and jobs. Let's learn from the unfinished resort.

    A community hub and upmarket eatery would be a boon for the community, but let's keep it in tune with the aesthetic of the town.

  2. Jane Davies commented

    As a fairly frequent visitor to Anna Bay I appreciate it's quaintness and the lovely bushland/coastal setting it inhabits. Therefore I feel that all development in the area should be closely monitored for its aesthetics as well as the amenity it provides the community and visitors. Too many coastal towns have been ruined by ill-advised developments and allowing even one urban monstrosity in Anna Bay will set a precedent for further unappealing buildings to mushroom up and destroy its charm. Please require developers to conform to a standard that will allow Anna Bay to maintain its character and appeal - I have grave doubts that this proposal will achieve this aim.

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