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Lake Bartlett Circuit Path Opening

Greater Shepparton City Council in partnership with the Tatura Community Plan Committee is pleased to announce that the Lake Bartlett Circuit Path will be officially opened on Friday 24 November at 10am.

Greater Shepparton City Council Director Community Kaye Thomson said “Council is proud to work with the Tatura Community Plan Committee, not only on this project but also a number of other projects over the years and we look forward to continuing this valuable partnership into the future.”

The circuit path design was prepared by the Greater Shepparton City Council Projects Department after several onsite meetings with the community and Council Officers to determine the most appropriate alignment for the path.

The path was designed to have minimal disruption to the native vegetation of the area and captures the key environmental assets of Lake Bartlett. This will be acknowledged with interpretive signage in the future.

The Tatura community identified the implementation of the Lake Bartlett Master Plan as a priority in the Tatura Community Plan. The 850 metre Circuit Path has been welcomed by walkers, riders and four legged community members.

“Students from the Tatura Primary School have done an amazing job of planting trees along the path through the One Tree per Child program which will contribute to the enjoyment of walking along the path,” said Ms Thomson.

Greater Shepparton City Council in partnership with the Tatura Community Plan Committee invites you to come along to the Official Opening of the Lake Bartlett Circuit Path.

Event:             Opening – Lake Bartlett Circuit Path
Date:               Friday 24 November 2017
Time:              10:00am
Location:        Charlie Taylor Park – Lake Bartlett, Tatura



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