The Gully Aboriginal Place - Draft Plan of Management (PoM)

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In partnership with The Gully Traditional Owners Inc. Council is updating the Plan of Management for the Gully Aboriginal Place (previously Upper Kedumba River Valley PoM) following extensive engagement with members of The Gully Aboriginal Community and the broader community.

The Draft Plan of Management is now on public exhibition for your feedback.

The updated draft Plan places a greater emphasis on the Aboriginal cultural values of The Gully, which inform how it will be managed into the future. The draft Plan builds on the important progress made in recognising the importance of The Gully to The Gully Gundungurra and Darug Traditional Owners and their ongoing relationship with this special place in Country. The draft Plan also recognises the ongoing impacts that the construction of the race track had on The Gully community and on the personal lives of those who lived there.

Importantly the Draft plan defines the direction for the future care and protection of The Gully in recognition of the significant place it holds in the lives of families from The Gully and the broader community.

You are encouraged to read the Draft Plan of Management and then complete the submission form online or send a written or emailed submission. You can also view the Frequently Asked Questions here. The final date for submissions is Monday 26 July, 2021.

What’s Next?

A summary of submissions, along with staff recommendations will be presented to Council for adoption. Any personal information provided will be treated in accordance with Councils Privacy Management Plan. Specifically this will include the removal of any personal information that will be made public.

In partnership with The Gully Traditional Owners Inc. Council is updating the Plan of Management for the Gully Aboriginal Place (previously Upper Kedumba River Valley PoM) following extensive engagement with members of The Gully Aboriginal Community and the broader community.

The Draft Plan of Management is now on public exhibition for your feedback.

The updated draft Plan places a greater emphasis on the Aboriginal cultural values of The Gully, which inform how it will be managed into the future. The draft Plan builds on the important progress made in recognising the importance of The Gully to The Gully Gundungurra and Darug Traditional Owners and their ongoing relationship with this special place in Country. The draft Plan also recognises the ongoing impacts that the construction of the race track had on The Gully community and on the personal lives of those who lived there.

Importantly the Draft plan defines the direction for the future care and protection of The Gully in recognition of the significant place it holds in the lives of families from The Gully and the broader community.

You are encouraged to read the Draft Plan of Management and then complete the submission form online or send a written or emailed submission. You can also view the Frequently Asked Questions here. The final date for submissions is Monday 26 July, 2021.

What’s Next?

A summary of submissions, along with staff recommendations will be presented to Council for adoption. Any personal information provided will be treated in accordance with Councils Privacy Management Plan. Specifically this will include the removal of any personal information that will be made public.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This survey is closed.

    This survey aims to assist Council understand how the community uses The Gully, what the community values about the Gully, and what the community think is important regarding the Gully’s future.  

    The information gained from the survey will be used to guide the revision and updating of The Gully Plan of Management. 

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