Developing a new Caravan Park and Camping Ground in Sandy Point
Community Meeting on Saturday 2 November
The Community Meeting about the Caravan Park and Camping Ground
on Saturday 2 November was extremely well attended. It was obviously a
topic that is of great concern to everyone who lives in or visits Sandy Point.
The hall was literally packed out – standing room only.
Rob McGauran, Peter Slifirski and Phil Cornwell, representing the Sandy
Point Community Group, started off the meeting with a brief history,
explained the planning context and also presented a summary of
individual submissions received to date. After this, the meeting was
opened to comments and questions from the floor. Council staff were in
attendance and answered a few questions about the background to this
The consensus at the meeting was a rejection of the proposed caravan
park sites and objection to further subdivision of the caravan park.
A complete analysis of all comments and questions received by the
Community Group by email and at the meeting will be used to produce
a consolidated report to Council. The Community Group will then seek
further discussion with council over the issue.
Feedback sought for Sandy Point Camping: South Gippsland Shire
Council’s Media Release 2455, released on 26 September 2019
Sandy Point Caravan and Camping Ground Site Investigation:
Attachment 4.1.1, South Gippsland Shire Council’s Agenda and Minutes,
Wednesday 26th June 2019
Urban Design Framework Settlement Background Paper Sandy Point: Connell Wagner, 18 October 2006
Sandy Point Community Group’s submission to South Gippsland Shire Council Re: Sandy Point Caravan and Camping Ground Site Investigation
The Sandy Point Community Group’s Caravan and Camping Site Investigation submission on behalf of the community of Sandy Point has now been emailed to Council (10 November). This submission is the result of consultation with the Sandy Point community through written submissions and verbal collaboration at the public meeting held on 2 November 2019.
The SPCG has requested Council give them the opportunity for further discussion to provide any necessary clarification of their submission so that they can progress towards positive outcomes for the community and the township of Sandy Point.
The SPCG also sent a table that summarises the concerns, statements, proposals and questions raised in emails received by them. It includes comments made at the 2 November Public Meeting recorded from verbal statements and post-it notes.