The Red Head Villages Association Incorporated is a volunteer organisation dedicated to representing our community and protecting its natural environment and unique cultural heritage.

Through our role as a Community Consultative Body with Shoalhaven City Council, we give our members a voice in key decisions impacting Manyana, Bendalong, North Bendalong, Cunjurong Point, Berringer Lake and Nerringillah Valley. 

The next General Meeting will be held on Saturday 23rd March 3pm

Location: Yulunga Hall

North Manyana Development Update

Inyadda Drive, North Manyana Land and Environment Court Conciliation Conference, 8th April 2024 READ MORE HERE

Community Plan Feedback

Final Draft Red Head Villages Community Plan for a Sustainable Future 2024-2030

LAST CHANCE !!!

To help stop North Manyana development - read more here

Save Don Hearn’s Cabins

HANDS OFF DON HEARN’S CABINS - read more here

RHVA Submission to proposed planning reforms

Explanation of Intended Effect: Changes to create low and midrise housing. HERE The RHVA Inc Submission, responding to the NSW Government ‘Have Your Say’ on proposed Planning Reforms due by 23 February 2024, is underpinned by our Association’s...

Public Meeting – Sat 24 Feb

Public meeting to update the community on the Manyana Special Conservation Reserve (aka Manyana Beach Estate) and Inyadda Dr developments. 3pm Saturday 24th February at Yulunga Hall.

Critical: urgent action needed now for Manyana forest

RHVA urges our members and supporters to help prevent the destruction of the Manyana Special Conservation Reserve (officially known as the Manyana Beach Estate development). This is URGENT. Follow Manyana Matters' simple email campaign guide and...

RHVA Submission Guide

Inyadda Rd., North Manyana

Update Manyana Estate

See here for more details

Council response to Special Rate Variation (SRV) options

Shoalhaven City Council response to the questions posed by some of the community about Council’s finances and the proposed Special Rate Variation (SRV) options which were posted on a number of Community Consultative Bodies Facebook pages this week...

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