Our Mullumbimby Masterplan aims to ensure that the things people love about Mullumbimby - the sense of community, inclusivity, great walkability, services and facilities for locals and the natural environment are enhanced.
The Plan recommends a vision and principles that guide the way for 'where we're going' as a community, over the next ten years. It will celebrate the values that make Mullum such a vibrant town, whilst sustainably guiding growth and change and ensuring liveability into the long term.
The Plan was prepared in consultation with the Our Mullumbimby Guidance Group – a team of passionate, creative locals who worked tirelessly with staff and Councillors, work-shopping ideas and gathering feedback from the local community. It would not have been possible without their time, effort, creative ideas and intellect.
Our Mullumbimby Masterplan was adopted by Council at the 12 December 2019 meeting.
View Our Mullumbimby Masterplan(PDF, 49MB)
Guidance Group members
The community representatives on the Guidance Group were:
- Adam Jeffery
- David Brown
- Greg Tollis
- Judith MacDonald
- Kelly Reifer
- Madeleine Faught
- Malcolm Price
- Michael Murray
- Paul Crebar
- Sasha Mainsbridge
- Sonia Laverty
- Susan Tsicalis
- Suvira McDonald
- Tanja Branson
- Wolfgang Mavern
The 'Greenspine', a green boulevard on Stuart Street, from Heritage Park and the Brunswick River, through the town centre, to the Mullumbimby Recreation Grounds and Community Gardens, is a priority recommendation from Our Mullumbimby Masterplan.
A section of Stuart Street between Burringbar Street and Fern Street, is set for a significant upgrade. We thankyou for your ideas, especially about landscaping and car parking, to help us develop the design brief for the works.
Visit Stuart Street Greenspine, Mullumbimby to find out more.
Contact Council’s Place Liaison Officer Andrew FitzGibbon on 02 6626 7139 or by email email@example.com if you have any further questions.