Crestwood Reserve reimagined with creek line walk

Published on 06 August 2020

Mayor Byrne pictured at Crestwood Reserve.JPG

Stage One of the Crestwood Reserve Waterways Revitalisation Project is now complete, with new a walkway along Toongabbie Creek.

Works completed as part of Stage One included the installation of concrete garden edging, concrete footpaths and bike tracks, as well as bush regeneration activities.

Mayor of The Hills Shire, Dr Michelle Byrne said Toongabbie Creek, which runs through Crestwood Reserve, is the focus of this project. 

“It is vital that we protect and improve our waterways here in The Hills,” Mayor Byrne said.

“They are home to many native species of flora and fauna and are essential in maintaining the health of our local ecosystems.

“Once this revitalisation project is complete, Toongabbie Creek and Crestwood Reserve will both benefit greatly,” Mayor Byrne added.

Tenders for Stage Two of the project are currently under evaluation and will be presented at the upcoming Ordinary Meeting of Council on 25 August, 2020.

Once a tender is selected and approved, major civil works will commence on Toongabbie Creek. 

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