What has ENACT achieved?
- www.eaglehawkneck.org now attracting around 3000 to 5000 visitors a month.
- A distinctive ‘Welcome to Eaglehawk Neck – Gateway to the Tasman Peninsula’ top of Neck Hill
- We have a 15m legal fire break around the Community Hall.
- No large pine trees on the sand dunes.
- No neglected sections on Waterfall Bay Road.
- Whale Watchers Lookout with a toilet, picnic tables, landscaping and sealed surface where the Surfers car park/gravel pit used to be.
- Working Bees caring for the garden around the Officers’ Quarters.
- We have seven beautiful, solid timber picnic tables strategically placed throughout Eaglehawk Neck, providing a discrete memorial to those who served.
- Partial mitigation of serious flooding around the Community Hall through cleared drainage from the Arthur Hwy.
- Fire safety features in and around EHN clearly identified and clarified. (Location of safe place)
- We have created the prospect that the management of the Eaglehawk Neck Historic Site will be transferred to the Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority.
- Strong relationships with local government agencies, local council, businesses and several community organisations.
- Regular local press stories about positive progress in our community. We appreciate the support of the Tasman Gazette.
- We have our most ambitious project to date – The Eaglehawk Neck Coastal Track Stage 1 to the point of being “shovel ready”, entering a new round of community consultation, about to lodge a Development application, and have applied for funding.