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Reader Comments (2)

Has any considerations been given to the existing two caravan parks in Dawesville? Why not spend available funds and refurb an existing site rather than build this on pristine land? There is currently a caravan park in Dawesvile also Estuary Hideaway caravan park. Surely these two sites could be enhanced. Has this been considered?

October 8 | Unregistered CommenterA&D Butter

This Caravan Park is opposed by all residents in this area. I agree with the previous comment - there are TOO MANY CARAVAN PARKS IN THIS AREA ALREADY! This pristine land would be better utilised as a nature reserve to be enjoyed by visitors to the area - not ruined by the construction of an unnecessary caravan park which will bring with it all the damaging side effects associated with such a construction. This area too is a high fire risk area surrounded by bush and should never have been considered in the first place. It quite simply cannot be justified. PLEASE RECONSIDER AND SHOW CONSIDERATION TO THE LOCAL RESIDENTS who incidentally should have been notified in the first place of this plan but were not!! Thank you.

December 8 | Unregistered CommenterS Oliver

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