Mullaway Beach Reserve Revitalisation Project

  • Project stageConstruction complete
New pathway with patk benches

A new beach shower, accessible car parking and linking pathway were installed at Mullaway Beach Reserve in November 2022.

These improvements complement the new play attractions, sheltered picnic table, pathways, seating, bubbler and the yarning circle, completed in the Reserve earlier in 2022.

The Concept Design was developed in consultation with the community in 2021. It proposes future improvements such as an upgraded barbecue shelter, picnic shelter and additional footpath connections, to be built as funding becomes available.

Project scope

  • play space that meets NSW Everyone-Can-Play guidelines
  • designated parking for people with accessibility needs
  • accessible toilet block that meets NSW Safer-By-Design principals
  • accessible pathway links from car park to amenities


Funding for the $470,000 project package was provided by the Coffs Coast Regional Park Trust Board and Coffs Harbour City Council.

Coffs Coast Regional Park

Mullaway Beach Reserve forms part of the Coffs Coast Regional Park, which covers 27 kilometres of coastline. It is governed by a NSW Government-appointed Coffs Coast Regional Park Trust Board of community representatives, including Aboriginal Elders and representatives of Coffs Harbour City Council and the National Parks and Wildlife Service.

Visit the Coffs Coast Regional Park page on NSW Parks and Wildlife website


49 Mullaway Drive, Mullaway 2456  View Map

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