WORK on Eurobodalla Shire Council’s Broulee Master Plan will not be completed until its proposed projects are considered against council’s other priorities.
The plan was adopted in 2007 but was revised last year to ensure it met the community’s needs and reflected current major infrastructure.
It consists of three separate plans – Broulee Beach and Headland, Broulee surf club precinct and Bengello Beach.
Plans for the Broulee surf club precinct include the installation of a rotunda, an extension of the car park and gear shed and a recommendation to put a locked gate on the east side of the car park.
Also in the plan is formalised pedestrian beach access throughout Broulee, seating and picnic tables, more signage, extension of the current 2.5-metre-wide concrete pedestrian/bicycle path, a headland walk, a skate park on Grant Street and more parking on Coronation Drive.
Car parks behind the dunes in Bengello forest and restricted recreational vehicle access are also proposed.
A council spokeswoman said council was still working with the community to develop plans for projects, such as viewing platforms and supporting local volunteer groups like Dune Care in Broulee.
The plan includes the expansion of Broulee Surfers Surf Life Saving Club, the relocation of the Broulee Board Riders to the surf club precinct and emergency vehicle access to North Broulee beach.
“So far, the emergency vehicle access major works and various minor works have been completed,” the spokeswoman said.
“The plan has also addressed issues such as community safety, shared use and consolidation of facilities.”
The extension of the Broulee pathway into Mossy Point has been listed as part of the 2014/15 financial year budget.
The remaining works identified in the plans will be funded by both council and grant funding as it becomes available.