SPPA is a community association established to keep the Sandy Point Community in touch with local issues and events. Become a member today and have a say in what is happening in your local area. 

Check out some of the hot topics below and see how you might be effected. 
Have a say in what should be done within your local community.  A strong community voice does achieve outcomes.  Meetings 2nd Monday of every Month (except January) at the Sandy Point Community Centre.

Attend the next meeting of the Sandy Point Progress Association on Monday 8th May 2017 and get an update on latest action.

The SPPA is extremely concerned about the developments and activities associated with the Heathcote Road Quarry.
For this reason we have devoted much of the site coverage to the quarry action taking place.   We are not being alarmist in our coverage but simply drawing attention to what is happening in our area and effecting our community.
Follow the links below for further information ..... web site editor

What's happenning with the quarry  .... click here for an update

Why are we concerned? 
  • 440,000 tonnes per annum extraction ! 
  • 45,000 truck movements per year
  • Increase in dust ..... + more
Click here  to get the full story.

Check out the Stop Heathcote Road Quarry on Facebook

Have you seen the quarry?  Click here to get the picture.

Sign the petition
to stop the quarry expansion.  Click here see more.   Email quarrycommittee@gmail.com to get your name on the petition or ask for any further information.

See what residents are saying about the reopening of the local quarry ..... click here for latest  Channel 10 news story.

dirty business

Quarry dumps on Sandy Point ..... click here to get the picture!
dust storm


Community Walk - Sunday 30th March

Look what's is on our doorstep ..... a  group of local residents enjoyed a community bushwalk to check out the trails in the local National Park and to also have a look at the local quarry operations.  All enjoyed a cool drink and sausage sandwich on return  ..... now that IS healthy .... well done team ....!