New zoning changes for the Solitary Islands Marine Park come into effect on March 1.
New zoning changes for the Solitary Islands Marine Park come into effect on March 1.

Learn about new zoning changes

INFORMATION sessions are helping the public to better understand the new zoning changes for the Solitary Islands Marine Park, which come into effect on March 1.

Solitary Islands Marine Park manager Nicola Johnstone said the sessions were designed to help people learn more about how the new zoning plan will be implemented.

The first session was held at Park Beach Plaza on Saturday, while another session will be held at Grafton Shoppingworld this Saturday between 9am and 5pm.

“Additionally, large maps showing the new zoning plan are on display at the local libraries in Toormina, Coffs Harbour, Woolgoolga, Grafton and Yamba as well as at Coffs Harbour City Council (cnr Coff and Castle sts), Clarence Valley Council Chambers (Prince St) and the Grafton National Parks and Wildlife Office,” Ms Johnstone said.

“Park signage will be updated in the coming weeks and a new zoning plan user guide is being developed and will be available soon.

“Keep an eye out at tourist information centres and the Solitary Islands Marine Park office for the new guides.”

Further details can also be found at www.mpa.nsw.gov.au or by visiting the Solitary Islands Marine Park office at 32 Marina Drive, the Coffs Harbour Jetty.



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