The Quarantine Station Community Consultative Committee provides a forum for open discussion and advice about the State significant Quarantine Station at North Head between the coproponents National Parks and Wildlife Service and lessee North Head Sydney and representatives of the local community, stakeholder groups, and Northern Beaches Council.
The NSW Department of Planning and Environment is looking for a mix of community representatives who live locally and/or are a member of a relevant stakeholder group (e.g. Aboriginal, business, community, cultural heritage, environment, events, marketing, recreation, tourism) to join the Quarantine Station Community Consultative Committee for a 4-year term from early 2023.
Your role as a committee member is voluntary. You will be expected to attend four scheduled meetings a year and occasional site visits, contribute constructively to committee discussions about planning and management of the Quarantine Station, review management plans and audit reports, and communicate information about the Quarantine Station to your group and the broader community.
If you would like to apply download the form at, https://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/about-us/who-weare/ advisory-committees/quarantine-station-communityconsultative- committee. Complete a copy of the community or stakeholder member nomination form and send it to Sandy Hoy, the Independent Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org or PO Box 41, Freshwater NSW 2096 by Monday 5 December 2022. or call Sandy on 0411 191 866 or for more information.