Three bushland reserves along Plympton Road in Carlingford and Beecroft are home to critically endangered ecological communities including Blue Gum High Forest and Sydney Turpentine Ironbark Forest.

Council is seeking community feedback for naming of the three bushland reserves. Our role is to seek pre-approval from the NSW Geographical Names Board (GNB) and gather public feedback prior to the GNB running a public consultation process. Please read through the Naming a Place Guide prepared by the GNB for an understanding of the process that will be followed.

Have your say and help us name the three bushland reserves today!

Proposed names

The proposed names acknowledge and celebrate the continued Dharug culture of the local area. The names have been inspired by the concept of a 'Teaching Place' and have been developed in consultation with the Darug Custodian Aboriginal Corporation.

The proposed names reflect First Nations culture, and the continued connection to country, places, and people. Your top three choices will be used to name the three reserves.

Have your say on these options via the survey below!

Map of the three reserves to be named along Plympton Road

Have your say

Council is now inviting feedback on the Plympton Road Bushland Reserve Naming Project. You can get involved and choose your favourite option in the following ways:

  • Completing our online submission form located below
  • Making submission via email, audio upload or post (see other ways to make a submission)
  • Having your say by contacting Council via phone (see contact us)

Submissions are welcomed until 5pm on Friday 8 July 2022.


Supply of personal information: The supply of personal information by you is voluntary. The intended recipients of any submissions, including your personal information are Councillors and officers within Council. Please note that your submission may be made public as it may form part of a public report. Further information is provided in the City of Parramatta Council’s Privacy Statement.

Any personal information collected can be accessed by you and may also be available to third parties in accordance with Council's Access to Information Policy.


Other ways to make a submission

Verbal
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Please note that the verbal submission option is being offered for those that cannot provide or may find it difficult to provide a written submission.

Email
placeservices@cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au
Subject: Plympton Road Bushland Reserve Naming

Post:
City of Parramatta Council
Attn: Place Services
Subject: Plympton Road Bushland Reserve Naming
PO Box 32, Parramatta NSW 2124

Please ensure that you clearly state your full name, contact details and address.

Frequently asked questions

The decision on which names are recommended to Council will be based on which are deemed most popular through the consultation period. At the conclusion of the consultation, Council officers will assign the chosen names to the three reserves as deemed appropriate; we will take into account any community and stakeholder feedback that has been communicated to us during the process.

This reserve covers an area of approximately 2.5 hectares. It is home to some critically endangered ecological communities including Blue Gum High Forest and Sydney Turpentine Ironbark Forest.

This bushland reserve covers an approximate area of 2 hectares and is the site of the 1st Roselea Scout Hall. It is the home of a Blue Gum High Forest, a critically endangered ecological community.

The bushland at the west of Plympton Road covers an area of approximately 1.85 hectares. It is home to Blue Gum High Forest, a critically endangered ecological community. Located next to Carlingford High School, the site is also home to a playground.

Plympton West sits adjacent to the Orchard Road Reserve. Orchard road reserve features a playground and functions as a passive recreation park in contrast to Plympton Road that is essentially a bushland reserve with a Scout hall.

SUPPORT

If you need assistance providing feedback, or you would like information supplied in another language or format, please contact Council's Community Engagement Team via 1300 617 058 or participate@cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au.

If you would like to speak to someone over the phone in another language, call TIS National on 131 450 for a free interpreting service. Let them know you want to speak to City of Parramatta Council and your chosen language and they will connect you.

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市议会致力于确保每个人都能获得所需要的信息。如果您需要以其它语言或格式获取信息,请致电 1300 617 058 或发送电邮至 participate@cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au

如果您希望以其它语言进行电话交谈,请致电 131 450 联系 TIS 全国服务中心获取免费传译服务。告诉他们您想与 Parramatta 市议会通话和您选用的语言,他们就会为您接通。

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