The construction of Bong Bong Common Stage 1A, 1B and 2 pose several logistical challenges given the complex nature of the project, staging and extent of works.
Lamond Contracting proposes to establish construction sites on multiple fronts in a staged approach. This will ensure a successful outcome for the project whilst maintaining safety, quality and environmental management and provide minimal disturbance and inconvenience to the community.
During the construction phase, Council will work collaboratively with the principal contractor to provide regular updates and guidance on closures to the walking track and associated car parking. We appreciate the inconvenience this may cause some users and ask that you work with the relevant bodies to ensure the successful completion of this exciting project.
Closure of car parking off Moss Vale Road and paved sections of Bong Bong Common
During the construction works, full closure of the unpaved car park at the entry off Moss Vale Road and next to the Cecil Hoskins Nature Reserve access track will be needed, including any access point to the walking track.
This closure will ensure the works can be conducted safely given heavy machinery will be utilised.
Please use alternative parking locations to access the track. Such locations can be found within the Cecil Hoskins Nature Reserve or by entering the path at Suttor Road Moss Vale, Phillip Street Burradoo, Hurlingham Avenue Burradoo, or Railway Road Burradoo.
This project is jointly funded by the NSW Government through the Public Spaces Legacy Program, 2020 Arts and Culture Grant funding, Stronger Country Communities Fund, and Wingecarribee Shire Council funding.
Bong Bong Common image gallery
NSW Public Spaces Legacy Program: Bong Bong Common