Wollongong City Council is moving forward on works planned for Hill 60 that are about protecting the site’s significant heritage values while making visiting a more enjoyable experience.
Plans for the site’s first stage of works have been shared here on Council’s website for the community to view.
“After Hill 60 was added to the NSW State Heritage Register, we set to work to develop the Hill 60 Landscape Master Plan for this location,’’ Wollongong City Lord Mayor Councillor Gordon Bradbery said.
“It’s important we got the plan right, and now with a range of approvals in place, we’re able to start phased works on improvements to the area that will protect its significant heritage values while also making the area better for those who visit.’’
The first stage of works focuses on the area best known as the Marine Rescue headland. Already a spot enjoyed by tourists and visitors, it’s anticipated with improvements this area will continue to grow in popularity.