Newland Park Baseball Netting Consultation

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This consultation has concluded.

The City of Burnside seeks your view on the proposed use of netting to help prevent baseballs from entering Hallett Road, Erindale.

Newland Park

Newland Park is a large sporting and recreational reserve surrounded by original River Red Gums and SA Blue Gums. The park gets its name from Simpson Newland, whose estate Undelcarraincluded what is now Newland Park, and is bounded by Lockwood Road, Newland Road and Hallett Road, Erindale.

Community Consultation

At Council’s meeting on 28 January 2014 Council endorsed undertaking community consultation on the proposal to erect a temporary eight metre high, lightweight fabric boundary net and poles along the Hallett Road frontage of Bill Cooper Oval commencing early February 2014 and closing early March 2014. For more information about the proposed netting, refer to the information tab below

Have your say

We seek your feedback on the proposal. Have your say by completing the survey by 5 pm Monday 17 March 2014. Alternatively a copy of the survey can be obtained from Council’s Customer Service Centre. You can post completed forms to City of Burnside, Reply Paid, PO Box 9, Glenside SA 5065 (no stamp required).

Next Steps

The results from the consultation will be presented to Council at its meeting on 22 April 2014.

More information

More background information such as previous Council reports relating to Newland Park can be found in the Library or the Information tab below.

If you would like further information, please use the Email Us form below or contact the City of Burnside on 8366 4200.


The City of Burnside seeks your view on the proposed use of netting to help prevent baseballs from entering Hallett Road, Erindale.

Newland Park

Newland Park is a large sporting and recreational reserve surrounded by original River Red Gums and SA Blue Gums. The park gets its name from Simpson Newland, whose estate Undelcarraincluded what is now Newland Park, and is bounded by Lockwood Road, Newland Road and Hallett Road, Erindale.

Community Consultation

At Council’s meeting on 28 January 2014 Council endorsed undertaking community consultation on the proposal to erect a temporary eight metre high, lightweight fabric boundary net and poles along the Hallett Road frontage of Bill Cooper Oval commencing early February 2014 and closing early March 2014. For more information about the proposed netting, refer to the information tab below

Have your say

We seek your feedback on the proposal. Have your say by completing the survey by 5 pm Monday 17 March 2014. Alternatively a copy of the survey can be obtained from Council’s Customer Service Centre. You can post completed forms to City of Burnside, Reply Paid, PO Box 9, Glenside SA 5065 (no stamp required).

Next Steps

The results from the consultation will be presented to Council at its meeting on 22 April 2014.

More information

More background information such as previous Council reports relating to Newland Park can be found in the Library or the Information tab below.

If you would like further information, please use the Email Us form below or contact the City of Burnside on 8366 4200.


  • Please complete this questionnaire by 5 pm Monday 17 March 2014.

    This consultation has concluded.
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