Support: Community involvement
Feedback: Open to all members of the public, this includes members of local, State and Federal
divisions, as well as the traditional local indigenous owners of the land.
Exclusion: Members of the above governments that have a pecuniary interest or other conflicts
of interest against the heritage committee's aims and objective, this exclusion extends to any members of businesses and their
associates that are causing an adverse impact to the heritage listed building.
Aim: To conserve, protect and list the Bondi Surf Pavilion onto the database of the
NSW State Heritage Register and the National
Liaision: The BPHC will form a liaision with local, State and Federal levels of government but
will not yield to any compromise that may/or will cause further adverse impacts against the already fragile condition of the
heritage listed building. The BPHC will also liaise with the Register of the National
Estate and other heritage protection departments and organisations.
Conservation Plan: A community conservation plan will be drawn up with the help of a professional
heritage consultant and legal advice and then delivered to State Parliament and Waverley Council.
End-Note: Former committees created locally and with Waverley Council influence have had no impact
for the protection of the Bondi Pavilion. These former committees are inactive. Damage to the iconic building is escalating.
Any future local committee controlled or influenced in any way by waverley Council will also be negative to the Bondi
A positive impact on the survival of the Bondi Pavilion as a community structure needs a state-wide committee that is
immune from local government influence.
The Bondi Pavilion is the most sought after commercial sea-side real estate in NSW and should be safe-guarded from irresponsible
decisions condemning it to further privatisation.