Dundee Beach Carpark Study

The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics has engaged local engineering consultant WGA to undertake a review of Dundee Beach Carpark to identify a long-term plan to address parking demand.

Since the construction of the concrete self-launch boat ramp in 2016, use of the area by recreational fishers and tourists has increased, resulting in an increase in parking demand and carpark capacity issues at peak times. Overflow parking is temporarily accommodated within the Dundee Beach Holiday Park car park.

This review will consider:

  • parking-demand during peak and off-peak periods
  • future land use planning and development proposals
  • traffic management issues
  • pedestrian links
  • upgrades to access roads
  • provision of new infrastructure such as lighting; and
  • modifications to existing infrastructure where required.

Key stakeholders will be consulted as part of the review. Users of the area will also be invited to comment online and through intercept surveys when the project team is on site. To find out more about the project, contact Casey Lovelock, Stakeholder Engagement Manager on 8924 7118 or transport.planning@nt.gov.au.

This is a planning study only. The project is subject to further government and budgetary processes.

Last updated: 08 October 2018