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Callan Park CAMP

The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is seeking feedback to support the preparation of a Companion Animals Management Plan for Callan Park.
Illustration of Callan Park central area
Illustration of Callan Park central area

What’s this about?

Throughout 2021, Greater Sydney Parklands (GSP) will undertake community and stakeholder consultation to inform the development of a Companion Animal Management Plan (CAMP) for Callan Park.

The CAMP will provide clear direction on managing dogs in Callan Park. This will include identifying on and off-leash areas and providing infrastructure, amenities or experiences that could be provided for dogs and their owners. 

GSP is keen to incorporate community and stakeholder experiences, ideas and suggestions in the draft CAMP. 

Have your say

There are four ways you can provide your feedback below.

Have your say by Wednesday 12 May 2021.

Online consultation

8 April 2021 to 12 May 2021

Callan Park CAMP project page

Survey

8 April 2021 to 12 May 2021

Callan Park CAMP survey

Community meetings

Community meeting

Callan Point, Callan Park

17 April 2021 to 17 April 2021
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Address: Balmain Road, Lilyfield

Callan Park CAMP project page

Callan Point, Callan Park

20 April 2021 to 20 April 2021
2:00pm to 5:00pm

Address: Balmain Road, Lilyfield

Callan Park CAMP project page

Gate A, Callan Park

16 May 2021 to 16 May 2021
10:00am to 1:00pm

Address: Balmain Road, Lilyfield

Callan Park CAMP project page

Online consultation

19 April 2021 to 19 April 2021

Webinar registration page

Consultation period

From:8 April 2021
To:12 May 2021

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