In 2019, the Australian Government committed funding to help achieve the vision for Middle Head that’s outlined in the Harbour Trust’s Middle Head Management Plan.
The Harbour Trust acknowledges the Borogegal People as the Traditional Custodians and Owners of Middle Head/Gubbuh Gubbuh , which includes the 10 Terminal site.
Currently known as the 10 Terminal and Parklands Renewal Project, this opportunity involves transforming Middle Head/Gubbuh Gubbuh into a destination for all. The project aims to:
In 2022, the Harbour Trust completed conservation work on 10 Terminal buildings as part of this project. The works focused on the conservation, restoration, and protection of the heritage fabric.
A Draft Master Plan for Middle Head/Gubbuh Gubbuh is in its early stages. The Draft Master Plan being created aims to draw together the key environmental and cultural heritage values to create a long-term vision for the area.
The Harbour Trust is committed to hearing from the community so that Middle Head/Gubbuh Gubbuh can respectfully explore the area’s diverse stories for the benefit of all visitors. There will be opportunities for the community to provide input on the vision for Middle Head/Gubbuh Gubbuh in early 2023.
In 2020, a Project Direction document was placed on public exhibition for community consultation. Community feedback indicated there was more work to be done in progressing this project – which led to the Draft Master Plan phase.
For further details, see Public Consultation.
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