Public Consultation


All documents on this page are currently available for public consultation. 

All documents can be downloaded free of charge or are available from the Local Government Centre at 2 Seventh Street Murray Bridge. 

Council welcomes your feedback. 


Draft Playspace Strategy


Following earlier consultation with the community, the Rural City of Murray Bridge  has commissioned a strategy to better understand the current and future use, design and management of our playspaces.  The draft Playspace Strategy document, entitled Planning for Play in the Rural City of Murray Bridge 2017-2027, will assist Council in the day to day asset management of these important pieces of community infrastructure and ensure a wide range of opportunities are made available for children of all ages and their families.

The report identifies current trends in playspace provision and provides Council with a framework to strategically guide the provision of playspaces throughout the Council area in the coming years.  This is a long term strategy based on areas of perceived importance and priority, but carries with it no financial obligation from Council or other identified stakeholders at this stage.

Hard copies of "Planning for Play in the Rural City of Murray Bridge 2017-2027" can be viewed at the Local Government Centre, 2 Seventh Street, Murray Bridge and the Murray Bridge Public Library at the Murray Bridge Marketplace.

Submit your feedback at http://letstalk.murraybridge.sa.gov.au/draft-playspace-strategy-public-consultation

Public consultation will run from Thursday 23 March 2017 until Thursday 13 April 2017.

Further information regarding the project, its findings or recommendations can be obtained from:

Simon Bradley
General Manager Infrastructure & Environment
PO Box 421

Phone (08)8539 1440 or s.bradley@murraybridge.sa.gov.au



 Public Consultation Piano Sanctuary Image 2Piano Sanctuary Public Consultation

Council is seeking feedback on the proposal for a public art project in Carey's Park Mannum Road Murray Bridge.

In principal support has been provided to investigate and consult with the community regarding the feasibility of establishing a piano sanctuary in Carey's Park.

Th eidea was born from the Community Action Group and Jesse Budel, a young local composer and sound artist, working in collaboration with The Rural City of Murray Bridge.

A variety of old pianos would be situated amongest native vegetation and allowed to be slowly reclaimed by natural environmental processes.

As the structure and appearance of the instruments changed over time so would the sounds produced.

Members of the public would be allowed to explore and play the pianos to their heart's content and admire the degrading instruments' changing appearance and soundscapes in the natural environment.

Council encourages all direct stakeholders and community members to submit their views.

Please provide feedback on http://letstalk.murraybridge.sa.gov.au/murray-bridge-piano-sanctuary-survey,
email records@murraybridge.sa.gov.au or post to:

Rural City of Murray Bridge
PO Box 421

Piano Sanctuary Public Consultation opens Monday 27 February 2017 and closes Monday 27 March 2017.

For more information visit letstalk.murraybridge.sa.gov.au or contact Faith Box on 8539 1126.



Combined Maps Steep Hill Road and Old Murray RoadProposed Through Road Access Closure Steep Hill Road and Old Murray Road

Council is seeking written submissions from interested persons concerning closing Steep Hill Road Rockleigh and Old Murray Road Callington through road access for vehicles.

For more information visit letstalk.murraybridge.sa.gov.au/public-consultation-steep-hill-road-and-old-murray-road

Public consultation begins 16 February 2017 and closes 20 April 2017.

All submission must be received in writing by 3pm Thursday 20 April 2017 to:

Public Consultation Steep Hill Road/Old Murray Road
Rural City of Murray Bridge
PO Box 421

Or via the feedback option at letstalk.murraybridge.sa.gov.au/public-consultation-steep-hill-road-and-old-murray-road

Contact Manager City Assets Mr Malcolm Downie on 8539 1145 for more information.


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