2021 media releases

  1. Prince Alfred Bridge, Gundagai

    Community encouraged to say goodbye to Prince Alfred Bridge

    2 November 2021
    Departmental media release

    Work to remove the disused Prince Alfred Bridge at Gundagai due to structural safety issues commenced earlier this week.

  2. NSW Government logo

    Rising river alert – Snowy River below Jindabyne Dam

    2 November 2021
    Departmental media release

    The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment today issued a ‘rising river alert’ for the Snowy River between Jindabyne Dam and Dalgety in southern NSW for Tuesday 9 November 2021.

  3. Little Bay Clock Tower

    Prince Henry historic tower clock back on track

    2 November 2021
    Departmental media release

    A 143-year-old tower clock has been returned to working order after years of being frozen in time as part of a $1.13 million NSW Government upgrade to the former Prince Henry hospital site at Little Bay.

  4. Red Rock level walkway

    Red Rock Reserve walkway revamped

    28 October 2021
    Departmental media release

    Tourism at Red Rock Reserve near Coffs Harbour has been given a boost following a major revamp of a headland walkway on a Crown land reserve with the support of the NSW Government.

  5. Helicopter

    Helicopter fire trail inspections take off

    27 October 2021
    Departmental media release

    Statewide helicopter inspections of fire trails are underway in preparation for the summer bushfire season.

  6. NRAR Progress report 2020-21

    Progress continues for NRAR

    27 October 2021
    Departmental media release

    The Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) is getting the job done despite the challenges of the pandemic. The latest progress report shows NRAR has completed more inspections than ever before, helping water users understand their obligations and what they need to do to comply with the law.

  7. Police cottage artist impression

    Police cottage to provide arresting dining experience

    26 October 2021
    Ministerial media release

    An historic former police cottage on Crown land at Emu Plains is getting a new life as a dining venue following a $2.5 million upgrade by Penrith City Council and the NSW Government.

  8. New furniture Shoal Bay foreshore

    Foreshore upgrade on Crown land supports Shoal Bay

    25 October 2021
    Departmental media release

    One of the Hunter’s favourite destinations, Shoal Bay, has been given a tourism boost following a $700,000 upgrade to Crown land on its foreshore by Port Stephens Council with support from the NSW Government.

  9. NSW Government logo

    Improving water conservation made easy

    21 October 2021
    Departmental media release

    The NSW Government has committed over $240,000 through its water efficiency program to cover subscription costs to the Smart Water Advice program, which provides tools and resources to help councils and local water utilities provide water saving advice.

  10. Magpie sitting on fence

    Have your say on Penrose Park upgrade

    19 October 2021
    Ministerial media release

    The Broken Hill region is invited to have its say on a $1 million upgrade of Penrose Park Recreation Reserve at Silverton.