Master Planning for Parry Beach

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The Shire of Denmark is currently undertaking Master Planning for the Parry Beach reserve area.

It’s all about investigating the pressures the pristine Parry Beach coastline is currently facing and will likely face in future. Local consultancy Bio Diverse Solutions has been engaged to develop a Master Planning framework and associated Master Plan Preliminary Report to guide the future direction of Parry Beach with a focus on understanding the capacity of the reserve as environmental and visitor demands increase.

Coastal erosion and increasing visitor numbers will be forecast and considered within a scope of the next 10 years in order to devise a plan to mitigate and manage those pressures accordingly.

The Parry Beach Master Planning process is intended to be a culmination of precinct planning, environmental management planning, and mitigation planning, encompassing three main themes:

  • Identifying community and stakeholder expectations for the Parry Beach reserve
  • Consideration of operational needs
  • Land capacity to handle increasing environmental and visitor pressures

The Community Survey closed on Monday 31 May 2021. Please see a snapshot of the results below.

For further details and to access the Parry Beach Master Plan Community Survey Report please click here.

Read our media release from Wednesday 2 June 2021 here.

Community Forum Snapshot Summary

More than 40 members of the community attended the Parry Beach Master Plan Community Forum facilitated by Bio Diverse Solutions on Monday 24 May 2021. Shire Officers and Elected Members were in attendance.

Community members were given an update on the work already done on the development of the Parry Beach Master Planning process, before being invited to contribute their thoughts about the Parry Beach area. Check out our snapshot summary of the event below.

Read our media release from Tuesday 11 May 2021 here.


The Shire of Denmark is currently undertaking Master Planning for the Parry Beach reserve area.

It’s all about investigating the pressures the pristine Parry Beach coastline is currently facing and will likely face in future. Local consultancy Bio Diverse Solutions has been engaged to develop a Master Planning framework and associated Master Plan Preliminary Report to guide the future direction of Parry Beach with a focus on understanding the capacity of the reserve as environmental and visitor demands increase.

Coastal erosion and increasing visitor numbers will be forecast and considered within a scope of the next 10 years in order to devise a plan to mitigate and manage those pressures accordingly.

The Parry Beach Master Planning process is intended to be a culmination of precinct planning, environmental management planning, and mitigation planning, encompassing three main themes:

  • Identifying community and stakeholder expectations for the Parry Beach reserve
  • Consideration of operational needs
  • Land capacity to handle increasing environmental and visitor pressures

The Community Survey closed on Monday 31 May 2021. Please see a snapshot of the results below.

For further details and to access the Parry Beach Master Plan Community Survey Report please click here.

Read our media release from Wednesday 2 June 2021 here.

Community Forum Snapshot Summary

More than 40 members of the community attended the Parry Beach Master Plan Community Forum facilitated by Bio Diverse Solutions on Monday 24 May 2021. Shire Officers and Elected Members were in attendance.

Community members were given an update on the work already done on the development of the Parry Beach Master Planning process, before being invited to contribute their thoughts about the Parry Beach area. Check out our snapshot summary of the event below.

Read our media release from Tuesday 11 May 2021 here.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Shire invites your input to the development of the Parry Beach Master Plan by contributing to this survey. Thank you for taking 10 minutes to have your say. 

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Page last updated: 01 September 2021, 09:54