Toora Reserve Masterplan and Concept Design

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The Toora Reserve Masterplan and Concept Design public consultation has now closed.

Toora Reserve Masterplan and Concept Design

Council is inviting you to share your views about the development of Toora Reserve - a new riverfront recreation area for the community.

Toora Reserve is located 12km upstream from Murray Bridge at the junction of Toora Road and Dean Jaensch Road.
It is largely unused, without safe river access.

This site has been identified by Council for development as a new riverfront recreation are for use by the community. The development of Toora Reserve will alleviate congestion at Thiele, Long Island and Avoca Dell Reserves. In the future Toora will provide a trail head for the Murray Coorong Trail.

The development of Toora Reserve will include new amenities such as picnicking areas, toilets, BBQs, a playground, seating areas, signs, bins and shade. It will be landscaped throughout with areas of irrigated and unirrigated lawn, new native shrubs and tree planting. Existing weeds/willow trees will be removed and the riverbank stabilised. An existing billabong on the site and existing mature trees will be retained for visitor appreciation and habitat protection.

Council previously asked the public for ideas and suggestions on what improvements residents and river users would like to see at the reserve.

The feedback has been coallated and Council now has a Toora Reserve Masterplan and Concept Design. Council is seeking public feedback on the final plan and would love to hear your thoughts!

Please provide your feedback via the survey below.

The consultation is open from Wednesday 14 March until Wednesday 4 April 2018.

Toora Reserve Masterplan and Concept Design

Council is inviting you to share your views about the development of Toora Reserve - a new riverfront recreation area for the community.

Toora Reserve is located 12km upstream from Murray Bridge at the junction of Toora Road and Dean Jaensch Road.
It is largely unused, without safe river access.

This site has been identified by Council for development as a new riverfront recreation are for use by the community. The development of Toora Reserve will alleviate congestion at Thiele, Long Island and Avoca Dell Reserves. In the future Toora will provide a trail head for the Murray Coorong Trail.

The development of Toora Reserve will include new amenities such as picnicking areas, toilets, BBQs, a playground, seating areas, signs, bins and shade. It will be landscaped throughout with areas of irrigated and unirrigated lawn, new native shrubs and tree planting. Existing weeds/willow trees will be removed and the riverbank stabilised. An existing billabong on the site and existing mature trees will be retained for visitor appreciation and habitat protection.

Council previously asked the public for ideas and suggestions on what improvements residents and river users would like to see at the reserve.

The feedback has been coallated and Council now has a Toora Reserve Masterplan and Concept Design. Council is seeking public feedback on the final plan and would love to hear your thoughts!

Please provide your feedback via the survey below.

The consultation is open from Wednesday 14 March until Wednesday 4 April 2018.

  • Thank you for taking the opportunity to let Council know what you think of the Toora Reserve Masterplan and Concept Design.

    Please provide your name and address so we can contact you, if required, regarding the result of the consultation process.


    The Toora Reserve Masterplan and Concept Design public consultation has now closed.
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