Broome street access to the Western Escarpment Walkway
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The Western Escarpment Walkway connects Maroubra and Malabar beachs and we would like access points added for local residences in and around Broome street.
This walkway is just meters from our homes and we are the people who would use this beautiful track the most and, be it’s biggest protectors.
Having designated access points will:
1. prevent uncontrolled access to the walkway and make the track safer.
2. help to prevent domestic animals from entering the park and protect the the diverse native bird and animals and their habitats
3. prevent damage to the endangered banksia scrub.
4. Enhance the connection that local residence have with the Malabar Headland National Park.
Let Randwick Coucil and NSW Parks and Wildlife know directly that you support access points from the Western Escarpment Walkway to Broome/Brown/Ford streets or Thompson Avenue by contacting:
Randwick Council: 1300 722 542 or (02) 9093 6000
Malabar Headland National Parks and Wildlife: (02) 9337 5511
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