Silver Beach Promenade

Consultation has concluded

Sutherland Shire Council has been working for a number of years on the delivery of a shared pathway along Silver Beach and approximately 1km of shared path has been completed at the eastern and western ends of Silver Beach. We are now working towards delivery of the connecting link of the pathway and would like to hear from you.

We have assessed a number of options for delivery of the project and determined three (3) proposals to be the most viable and now seek community feedback to inform the selection of the final option.

About this project

Construction of this path (approximately 1.5km), will create a fully accessible shared pedestrian and bicycle promenade stretching from Bonna Point Reserve to Kamay Botany Bay National Park. Completion of the connecting path will have implications for traffic flow, parking, pedestrian safety, public transport, public amenity, and accessibility.

This project is part of the previously endorsed masterplan for the area. The masterplan from 2004 (see attachment in Document Library in the right hand side bar of this page) outlined a series of long-term infrastructure upgrades that provide a sustainable beach front asset for all the community to enjoy and feel safe. This plan included improved amenity, beach access, viewing platforms and dune stabilisation measures.

Your feedback

We appreciate your time and input that will contribute to a best possible outcome for our whole community to live active lives connected to nature. If you would like to be notified of updates about this consultation, we ask that you provide an email address so we can contact you.

Important: please review the Document Library (available in the right hand side bar) for information about all three options.

Alternatively, you may wish to provide feedback via one of the options below:

  • Writing to Council – Locked Bag 17 Sutherland NSW1499 or by email at ssc@ssc.nsw.gov.au
  • Calling Council – 02 9710 0333 during business hours
  • In person - Wednesday, 24th October 2018 at Marton Community Hall – 92 Captain Cook Drive, Kurnell

Drop-in Session 1 - 2-4 PM

Drop-in Session 2 - 6-8 PM


Sutherland Shire Council has been working for a number of years on the delivery of a shared pathway along Silver Beach and approximately 1km of shared path has been completed at the eastern and western ends of Silver Beach. We are now working towards delivery of the connecting link of the pathway and would like to hear from you.

We have assessed a number of options for delivery of the project and determined three (3) proposals to be the most viable and now seek community feedback to inform the selection of the final option.

About this project

Construction of this path (approximately 1.5km), will create a fully accessible shared pedestrian and bicycle promenade stretching from Bonna Point Reserve to Kamay Botany Bay National Park. Completion of the connecting path will have implications for traffic flow, parking, pedestrian safety, public transport, public amenity, and accessibility.

This project is part of the previously endorsed masterplan for the area. The masterplan from 2004 (see attachment in Document Library in the right hand side bar of this page) outlined a series of long-term infrastructure upgrades that provide a sustainable beach front asset for all the community to enjoy and feel safe. This plan included improved amenity, beach access, viewing platforms and dune stabilisation measures.

Your feedback

We appreciate your time and input that will contribute to a best possible outcome for our whole community to live active lives connected to nature. If you would like to be notified of updates about this consultation, we ask that you provide an email address so we can contact you.

Important: please review the Document Library (available in the right hand side bar) for information about all three options.

Alternatively, you may wish to provide feedback via one of the options below:

  • Writing to Council – Locked Bag 17 Sutherland NSW1499 or by email at ssc@ssc.nsw.gov.au
  • Calling Council – 02 9710 0333 during business hours
  • In person - Wednesday, 24th October 2018 at Marton Community Hall – 92 Captain Cook Drive, Kurnell

Drop-in Session 1 - 2-4 PM

Drop-in Session 2 - 6-8 PM


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback with us.

    Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback with us.

    Consultation has concluded