The Sydney Harbour National Park at South Head provides a rare natural haven for city residents and visitors to enjoy native flora and fauna along the harbour with ocean cliffs, secluded beaches and national park. But its peace and tranquillity are at risk by a plan for two new function centres hosting up to 400 guests late into the night with associated traffic and noise.
National parks are there to conserve flora, fauna and heritage and provide opportunities to experience nature – they should not be overrun by commercial operations and my submission supported constituents’ concerns to propose the latest proposal, which I initially opposed in Parliament in 2016, HERE.
My submission is HERE. Objections are due 6 September and I encourage you to also make your concerns known. Information at www.savesouthhead.com