Draft Frankston Coastal Management Plan

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Draft Frankston Coastal Management Plan

Postby Noel Tudball » Fri Dec 18, 2015 2:08 pm

Feedback is now sought on the attached draft Plan - until close of business on Wednesday 3 February 2016.

There is mention of East-West pathways through the Seaford Foreshore. Appropriate East-West pathways are fine - they channel pedestrian traffic to stop people wandering "just anywhere" and damaging the area.

North-South pathways however, are definitely out. It might to nice to walk through, but the Reserve must be protected.

More info on the Seaford Reserve is here - http://www.seafordcc.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=54 - and below.

Any assistance with our review or comments you may like to make would be much appreciated.


Feedback details:
Written feedback can be posted, delivered or emailed to:
Simone Bonella
Leisure Planner
Frankston City Council
PO Box 490
30 Davey Street
Frankston VIC 3199
E. simone.bonella@frankston.vic.gov.au
P. 1300 322 322

All feedback is required by Wednesday 3 February 2016.


Seaford Foreshore is one of the oldest reserves in the Frankston area. It has a five kilometre stretch of parallel dunes with remnant indigenous coastal vegetation – creating an important habitat for many birds and reptiles. It shelters one of the best beaches on Port Phillip Bay and has the finest example of Coast Banksia Woodland in Melbourne.

Because of its great natural beauty, it is an extremely popular area of recreation for the local community. However it is vital to recognise the fragility of the indigenous bushland and dunes; they form an important and precious wildlife corridor that provides safe haven for many native birds
and reptiles.


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