Dangar Falls facilities get a $873,000 boost

By February 13, 2019Latest News

With thanks to the Bellingen Shire Courier-Sun, February 11, 2019

Facilities at Dangar Falls Reserve in Dorrigo will receive a $873,000 boost to improve access, showcase the natural beauty of the location and attract more visitors.

The Member for Oxley, Melinda Pavey, yesterday announced that Bellingen Shire Council’s application for a $655,000 grant from the Regional Growth Environment and Tourism Fund had been successful.

Council will also contribute $218,000, bringing the total available to $873,000.

Dangar Falls is 2km from Dorrigo and the reserve is widely used for picnicking, swimming, fishing, bushwalking, bird watching, photography and general relaxation.

Two new viewing platforms offering different perspectives of the river, the falls and the plunge pool will be installed, existing pathways will be expanded, the car park will be upgraded and interpretive signage and a shelter will be installed.

“I congratulate Bellingen Shire Council on this funding win and look forward to seeing the project complement Dorrigo’s reputation as a fantastic place to live and visit,” Mrs Pavey said.

 

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