State Park









* Killalea family
* Media References provided by the Killalea Family
* Department of Lands
- Plan of Management
- Concept Plan
- Annual Reports
* Killalea State Park
* Killalea Eco Resort
-Project information
* IRIS Survey


* Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979
* Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulations 2000
* Shellharbour Council's Local Environmental Plan (LEP 2000)
* Coastal Protection on the Department of Planning's Website
* State Environmental Planning Policy - Major Projects 2005
* State Environmental Planning Policy - Coastal Protection(SEPP 71)
* NSW Coastal Policy
* Crown Lands Act
* State Environmental Planning Policy - Coastal Wetlands (SEPP No. 14)
* Zieria granulata (Illawarra Zieria) Recovery Plan
* Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 NSW
* Threatened Species Conservation Regulations 2002 NSW
* Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 Cth
-See also


THE 19 May 2007 PUBLIC MEETING ON KILLALEA DEVELOPMENT saw the following speakers publicly support each other in opposing development at the park:

State Upper house Greens parliamentarian Sylvia Hale,
Howard Jones the Deputy Mayor of Kiama Council,
Dave Burgess from the Total Environment Centre (TEC),
Ben van der Wijngaart from Kiama Greens,
Ben Grounds from Healthy Cities Illawarra,
Mairi Petersen from SPACE,
June Pronk from the Illawarra Escarpment Coalition (IEC),
Rowan Huxtable from the Wollongong Climate Action Network (W-CAN),
Uncle Reuben Brown, an aboriginal elder who expects to submitt a native title claim for Killalea
Peter Moran,
Sonya McKay, also organiser the Illawarra Community and Environment Connection (ICEC) as MC.

The growing list of groups opposed to any land from the Killalea State Park being effectively privatised for development include ICEC, TEC, Healthy Cities Illawarra, SPACE, IEC, W-CAN, Illawarra and Kiama Greens.

Killalea family and their thoughts