Eurobodalla Shire Council is reviewing management plans for Hanging Rock's sporting precinct and Corrigans Beach Reserve, and is asking the community to share ideas.
Members of the community can learn more about planning goals for the reserve and ask questions at a drop-in session at Corrigans Beach Reserve from 1pm to 3pm on Wednesday, September 4.
The Hanging Rock area included Marine Rescue and the boat-ramp car park.
Observation Point would also be included, as it required a plan of management for the first time.
The council said the new plan of management and landscape masterplans would guide budget allocations and help attract funding for tourism, sport and recreation at Batemans Bay.
The council's recreation planner Steve Picton said a timely review would guide future development for the precinct.
He said there would be ongoing opportunity for the broader community to be involved.
At the drop-in session, there would be a marquee by the inclusive playground and amenities block.
"We hope to hear from people who have ideas for the future or just want to know more," Mr Picton said.
Alternative arrangements would be available for anyone interested but unable to make the scheduled session.
The council said tourism operators, sporting groups, the Business Chamber and community groups had already been approached for ideas and concerns.
"We want to hear more about the issues and the opportunities there from users of these sites," Mr Picton said.
Contact Steve Picton on 4474 1258 if you are interested but unable to make the scheduled session.