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Jetty Road Glenelg Masterplan

The Jetty Road Glenelg Masterplan was commissioned to establish a planning and design framework that will guide future works while maintaining the historical and distinctive character of the street. The proposed upgrades will enhance the street function and attractiveness as a destination, with the intention of a future proof design that will enable the Jetty Road precinct to maintain its longevity.

The endorsed Jetty Road Glenelg Masterplan provides a blueprint that will guide the staged upgrade of the Jetty Road Streetscape over the next 10 years.

Glenelg Foreshore Masterplan

The Glenelg Foreshore Masterplan was developed in 2014 to guide revitalisation of the Glenelg foreshore. The Masterplan proposes a contemporary outdoor public place to enable multipurpose usage, support the use of Coast Park and encourage engagement and physical interaction. The implementation of the first stage of this project was undertaken in 2016, which included the removal of the former Scampis Restaurant building and development of a new foreshore play space.

Kingston Park Foreshore Masterplan

The Kingston Park Foreshore Masterplan was developed to increase opportunities for local residents and the broader community to enjoy recreation, leisure and community-building activities, while honouring the site’s cultural significance and retaining valuable open space. Importantly, the Masterplan seeks to protect and enhance the sacred Tjilbruke Spring site. It also proposes building a new kiosk and interpretive centre; introducing a new adventure playspace and multi-use court; upgrading the site’s car parks; improving public amenities; installing barbecues, shelters and showers; and improving landscaping and increasing native plantings

Developed with significant consultation with local Aboriginal and community reference groups, the Masterplan encompasses two key projects: completing the Kingston Park section of the Coast Park and redeveloping the coastal reserve. In 2015 the Masterplan was adopted by Council, with the Coast Park project completed in May 2018.