Rehabilitation aims to protect habitat for fauna, fungi and threatened species while enhancing the natural values important to the local community. The project will contribute to environmental sustainability, healthier ecosystems and enhance green spaces and wildlife corridors across the region.
2,500 Trees will be planted through these locations:
Corner of Wells and Coburg Streets, East Gosford
Jilliby Road, Jilliby
Oleander Street, Noraville
Kurrawa Avenue, Point Clare
Kenmare Road, Green Point
Winbin Street, Gwandalan
Jenny Dixon Reserve, Bungary Road, Norah Head
The intersection of Willow Street and Tuggerah Parade, Long Jetty
The intersection of Malkana Avenue and Binang Avenue, Forresters Beach
Mataram Ridge Park, Mountainview Drive, Woongarrah
Tuggerah Parade between Fairview Avenue and Lentara Walk, The Entrance
Richard Woodbury Reserve, Spencer
Various locations within Summerland Point and Gwandalan
The values of the Central Coast community are strongly tied to their local natural environment, including beaches, waterways, ridges, estuaries, lakes, and valley floors. The parks, gardens and natural bushland contribute to the lifestyle, culture and beauty of the region.