Walka Water Works Interpretation
The focus of this consultation was to identify accessible interpretation opportunities and experiences within the Walka Water Works site.
Walka Water Works is part of Maitland's identity. It is a unique site that provides a combination of natural and historical assets and is a place where people can engage with each other and their environment.
This consultation work is the second phase of the Walka Water Works Interpretation Masterplan 2014. As part of this work, Council is seeking to identify and make contact with key user groups and interested individuals in regard to feedback on accessible interpretation experiences.
Have Your Say
We encourage interested members of the community and groups to complete this short survey by 4.30pm on Friday 27 July.
You can also have your say through the interactive map below by either clicking on one of the map icons and starting a discussion or by placing one of the three coloured pins at the top of the page on an area of the map and providing your comment.
Open for feedback
For more information about the Walka Water Works interpretation plan contact 4934 9700 and talk to Council's Heritage Officer.
Interested in attending a workshop?
If you're interested in attending a workshop on Tuesday 31 July to provide further feedback on the project, then contact Council's Heritage Officer by emailing Clare.James@maitland.nsw.gov.au
This project has received assistance through the NSW Government under the NSW Heritage Grants Program.