4 April 2016 Waterpark Trial at Jetty

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4 April 2016 Waterpark Trial at Jetty

​Council as Corporate Manager of the Coffs Coast State Park have entered into a temporary license agreement for an inflatable water park within the harbour, south of the Jetty structure.

The temporary licence runs until the end of the April school holidays and provides an opportunity to gauge the impact of the activity.

“Council has received several recent expressions of interest for this type of activity with proposals ranging from 6 months per year (spring- summer) to a semi-permanent year round arrangement,” Said Jason Bailey Manager Holiday Parks & Reserves.

“With approval granted from all relevant stakeholders including Department of Primary Industries, Crown Lands and Roads and Maritime Services we will be able to assess if the trial is successful, and potentially look to consider future options.”

Should the trial prove successful, Council will consider going to open tender for future licenses to operate similar activities.