What do you love about Half Moon Bay and Red Buff, and what do you think could be improved?
We are currently developing a Masterplan for the Red Bluff to Half Moon Bay foreshore precinct and seeking community feedback on the area.
We will be working with local residents, community groups, visitors and other stakeholders to understand ways to strengthen and preserve the area, making it an even better place to visit.
The Red Bluff to Half Moon Bay precinct extends between Potter Street and Arkaringa Crescent in Black Rock.
Half Moon Bay is unique along the Bayside foreshore as a much visited site with many popular recreational facilities in a very confined space.
Half Moon Bay is a distinctive part of the foreshore with two rocky points, Red Bluff and White Cliffs containing the bay to the north and south. The wreck of HMVS Cerberus is located in the waters of Half Moon Bay as well as three public boat ramps.
The development of a Masterplan for this area was a recommendation from the Bayside Coastal Management Plan, which was endorsed by Council in 2014.
This round of consultation is open until 5 May.
Share what you like about Half Moon Bay and Red Bluff and what could be improved