Draft Cronulla Town Centre Public Domain Master Plan

The Draft Cronulla Public Domain Master Plan, which presents a long-term vision for the Cronulla Town Centre, is now on public exhibition.

The Draft Master Plan is a design framework that will help us work towards a better Cronulla. It provides Council and the community with an idea of how the area might look in the future and what needs to be done to get there.

Have we captured what you want? Read through the Draft Master Plan and accompanying documents and Have your say for the chance to WIN a $250 Coles & Myer Group Gift Card.*

Sutherland Shire Council engaged Gallagher Studio to develop the Master Plan and has included public domain artist and architect Peter McGregor. The Master Plan aims to enhance the existing spaces within the Cronulla Town Centre and develop new opportunities through well considered and targeted design interventions.

The Draft Master Plan is based on 7 Guiding Principles that provide high-level direction for the future of the Cronulla Public Domain:

  1. Celebrate the main street
  2. Make the town centre pedestrian and cyclist friendly
  3. Create memorable paths and connections
  4. Celebrate local landmarks and stories
  5. Create places to stay and play
  6. Create a diverse and safe night time experience
  7. Reflect local character

The Draft Master Plan is the result of a collaborative process and will help guide our collective vision for Cronulla Town Centre.

Artist’s impressions of northern end of Plaza: (Top ) view looking west, (middle) view in event mode looking east, (bottom) view of Plaza looking north. / Gallagher Studio

*Submissions close 11:59pm 30 September 2017. Refer to Competition terms and conditions for entry details.