2021 media releases

  1. Fingal Head

    Historic appointment for Aboriginal Land Council to manage Fingal Head

    30 November 2021
    Ministerial media release

    In a first for NSW, Tweed Byron Local Aboriginal Land Council has been appointed to manage culturally significant land at Fingal Head.

  2. NSW Government logo

    NRAR prosecution to focus on bore extraction limits in Riverina

  3. Salvaged timber from Prince Alfred Bridge

    Timber salvaged for Prince Alfred Bridge memorial

    23 November 2021
    Ministerial media release

    A total of 460 cubic metres of timber and trestles have been salvaged from the removal of the Prince Alfred Bridge timber road viaduct at Gundagai to support construction of heritage memorial works.

  4. Clean up at North Stockton beach

    Clean up to protect North Stockton Beach

    22 November 2021
    Ministerial media release

    Work crews will descend on North Stockton beach this week to remove buried waste that threatened to create a pollution hazard due to coastal erosion.

  5. Robertson School of Arts Hall

    Historic Southern Highlands hall upgraded

    18 November 2021
    Ministerial media release

    A 138-year-old community hall on Crown land in the Southern Highlands has been given a new lease on life, with almost $100,000 in needed renovations.

  6. Plans revealed for new riverside park at Drummoyne

    17 November 2021
    Departmental media release

    Ambitious plans have been revealed to improve a waterfront Crown land reserve at Drummoyne for the benefit of Inner West residents.

  7. Crown land for new PCYC clubs

    17 November 2021
    Departmental media release

    An official sod-turning has occurred to mark start of construction on a new $23 million Police Citizen’s Youth Club (PCYC) on Crown land at Wagga Wagga.

  8. Fence at Tumut bush common

    Tumut Bush Common fence completed

    16 November 2021
    Ministerial media release

    A popular reserve at the foot of the Snowy Mountains will now be better protected, following the installation of fencing.

  9. L to R: Sam Farraway MLC, NSWALC Chair Anne Dennis, orange LALC CEO Annette Steele and Chair Jamie Newman, Orange Major Regg Kid, Minister Melinda Pavey and Crown lands Deputy Secretary Melanie Hawyes

    Historic land agreement to boost Orange

    12 November 2021
    Ministerial media release

    The NSW Government has today agreed to the largest land transfer in the state’s history that will deliver positive social, economic, cultural and environmental benefits for Orange and the wider Central West.

  10. Sunset over Menindee Lakes

    Barkandji to manage Menindee Lakes Caravan Park

    11 November 2021
    Ministerial media release

    The NSW Government will transfer management and ownership of the Menindee Lakes Caravan Park to the region’s traditional owners in a landmark agreement for the Far West.