The Beecroft Peninsula Public Area will be closed to public access:
From: Sunday 25th October 2020 @ 1900 (7:00pm)
Until: Friday 30th October 2020 @ 1300 (1:00pm)
for LIVE FIRING Activity
Range closure for live firing is denoted by FLAG BRAVO (RED FLAG) being flown
across the range and sign boards along Currarong Road and at beaches.
On 8 October 2020 it was announced that funding of $3.6 million has been secured in partnership with the State and Federal Governments as part of the Covid-19 stimulus Road Safety Program to fast-track the upgrade of the worse sections of the Currarong Road. Shoalhaven City Council will also provide $1.0 million towards this and will manage the project.
Planned work involves a widened centre line, shoulder widening and profile line marking along a 4.2 km stretch of the road starting near the Lighthouse Road turn-off.
A very big thank you to the NSW Government and our local MP Shelley Hancock for further funding to complete the installation of a new PA & Audio Visual system for the Currarong Progress hall.
We are all aware that we are facing a very challenging time with the worldwide spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus. Whilst Currarong may have some advantages of being a small community we don’t believe anywhere is safe from this virus which can have a devastating effect, causing illness and unfortunately for some it is fatal.
DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID-19 VIRUS AND THE NEED TO PROTECT OUR COMMUNITY WE HAVE MADE THE DECISION TO POSTPONE OUR EASTER ART SHOW.
The plan below outlines the timeframes for the sand nourishment and revegetation of the dunes on currarong beach. Also the building of a 5th access track and re aligning of the peel street track.
Council is undertaking a three month trial using an app called Photomon and we’re calling for expressions of interest from anyone interested in becoming a Photomon volunteer.
There are ten beaches in urban areas of Shoalhaven where assets are at risk from storm erosion.