Stop development in Mcauley’s beach area and take care of Sandon Points aboriginal heritage! Soon we will not have any nature left and this will kill all the rare bird life nesting in this area. Show respect to the nature please , as we don’t have many areas left like this anymore �� Why is this developmental difference from Stocklands development that got rejected 2010
The local roads and infrastructure will not cope (it is already challenging now) with the significant additional traffic which would be introduced should this unwise development go ahead, the housing development proposed is completely out of character and jars with the style and standard of housing already in place around the location , and the local natural environment and Aboriginal heritage areas would be lost to us and future generations significantly changing the character of the area negatively forever.
It's an Aboriginal Heritage Site!! That knowledge should be enough to leave it alone!!
We already have taken to much away from these people. Especially the churches!!!!!!!!!!!
Since when does Anglicare buid private housing? The aged care facilities have done more than enough damage throughout the country. I am not saying we don't need them. But we desperately need a different take on health care as in allowing the elderly to stay in their own homes and have the necessary care there, as long as that is mentally possible. By doing this we create more home care jobs, happier elderly people, a lesser burden on the environment and a much lesser feeling of resentment from Aboriginal communities.
I care about our cultural and environmental heritage and enough damage has already been done to this area. The local infrastructure is already struggling to cope with increased development- e.g traffic through Thirroul and Bulli is shocking, and dangerous in the latter case, and nothing is being done to alleviate it.
Indigenous rights to there land .During the recent election campaign, Tony Abbott said he would do whatever he humanly could to make Aboriginal land "... an economic asset as well as a spiritual asset ...".
I n the year 2000 Stockland developed the beachside with horrible buildings and while graders leveled the site, archiologist's sifted the middens for relics! An Aboriginal elder Uncle Ted Thomas Guboo unofficially renamed the creek Bugeen Creek, named after the spirit of the medicine man who's grave was exposed on the beach nearby. He was also the activist that saved the logging of other cultural site up and down the south coast. So many caring community members stand by his legacy.