Public Open Spaces

Council has either ownership or care and control of a substantial area of land which is used for a range of purposes. Different areas are given classifications to assist in managing the maintenance requirements of features of the land types e.g. cemeteries or sports grounds, playgrounds or road reserve verges. The table below provides a snapshot of the land Council manages directly or indirectly through community groups and clubs.

Category

Notes

Land area in Hectares

Conservation and Heritage

Includes cemeteries and Natural vegetation reserves

90

Waterways

Creek and river reserves

32

Linear and Linkage

Walking trails, medians and township approach road verges

54

Parks

Includes playgrounds and developed park land

55

Sporting Grounds

Includes Bowls, Football Tennis

200

Utilities and Services

CWMS, Transfer stations

35

 

Nominal Total

466

A substantial additional area is managed as cropping land through service groups and clubs. This area is not noted in the values above.

Council maintains Community Lands Management Plans which assist in determining service levels for the various activities undertaken on public open spaces.

Tresylva Park Management Plan

Through an initiative of community groups in Gladstone, a plan to renew a range of park features and improve aspects of the park over the next few years has been developed and adopted by council. The plan has broad community support and once completed will have rejuvenated the park and its attraction to the general public.

Tresylva Park Management Plan(5361 kb)

 

 

Principal Office

PO Box 120, 94 Ayr Street

Jamestown SA 5491

Tel: 08 8664 1139

E: admin@nacouncil.sa.gov.au

Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm

Spalding Office

11 Main Street

Spalding SA 5454

Tel: 08 8845 2017

Tues: 10am - 2.30pm

Thurs: 9am - 5pm

Gladstone Office

14 Fifth Street

Gladstone SA 5473

Tel: 08 8662 2018

Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm

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