Highlights of the master plan

Highlights of the master plan

Some of the high­lights from the mas­ter plan are shown below. 

Major con­struc­tion of key areas includ­ing the vis­i­tor hub and facil­i­ties, shared use trails, nature play space, her­itage expe­ri­ences and Kau­r­na cul­tur­al ele­ments, are on track to be com­plet­ed by the end of 2022.

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1. Glen­thorne Hub’

A des­ti­na­tion for edu­ca­tion, learn­ing and social con­nec­tion through an events space and vis­i­tor cen­tre fea­tur­ing Kau­r­na cul­ture and history.

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2. Her­itage Precincts

Estab­lish­ment of a her­itage precinct incor­po­rat­ing her­itage-list­ed nine­teenth cen­tu­ry struc­tures and inter­pre­ta­tive nodes includ­ing the muni­tions site.

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3. Nature Play and pic­nic areas

An impor­tant part of the prop­er­ty that will pro­vide a space for rich envi­ron­men­tal inter­pre­ta­tion, cul­ture, nature and well-being.

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4. The Wetland

Enhance­ments will be made to pro­vide a thriv­ing habi­tat for native ani­mals. Nat­ur­al aes­thet­ic will be improved with a pic­nic areas, pon­toon and boardwalk.

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5. Inter­pre­tive node and view­ing platform

Places to rest and con­nect with nature will be cre­at­ed along the new trail net­work which will also pro­vide vis­i­tors with expan­sive views across the prop­er­ty. Inter­pre­tive nodes will pro­vide oppor­tu­ni­ties for vis­i­tors to engage with nat­ur­al and cul­tur­al her­itage and learn about envi­ron­men­tal edu­ca­tion themes like land­scape regen­er­a­tion and water qual­i­ty improvements.

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