RV dump station relocated, Tesla charging site decided

NEW SPOT: The site and orientation of the dump point on Lowes Mount Road is crucial for its ease of use.
NEW SPOT: The site and orientation of the dump point on Lowes Mount Road is crucial for its ease of use.

COUNCIL has decided the southwestern corner of North and Albion streets will be the new location for a proposed recreation vehicle dump point.

The decision was made at Oberon Council's most recent meeting last week.

Council also endorsed the rear of the Visitor Information Centre in Ross Street as the location for a Tesla Destination Charging Station.

The budget for the project is $74,000. This amount does not include the dump point hardware which will be funded by the NSW Government's Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA) Dump Point Subsidy Program.

Council says providing a free dump point in town will allow Oberon to apply for RV Friendly Town Status through the CMCA. 

The site is crucial for its ease of use, council says.

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