A draft long-term vision for Flynns Beach includes new barbecue and picnic pavilions, an upgraded surf club and a continuous footpath throughout the parkland.
They are among the proposals in a draft master plan which outlines a long-term direction for the reserve.
The draft Flynns Beach Master Plan also includes improved parking, nature-based play space, on-deck outdoor showers, tiered seating and better pedestrian links.
The community is encouraged to give feedback on the draft plan.
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council staff started a community engagement process in early 2018 to ensure the draft plan aligned with the community's vision.
Port Macquarie Surf Lifesaving Club has been part of that process.
Now the council has progressed to stage two of the consultation with the draft plan on public exhibition.
Port Macquarie Surf Lifesaving Club president Bill Amy confirmed the club would lodge a submission in response to the draft plan.
He said the club had a big presence at the beach and it would like to continue the good working relationship with the council.
The draft plan contains an upgrade of the surf club - either a refurbishment of the existing facility or replacement with a new facility.
The original building was constructed in the 1950s.
Mr Amy said the club had done a lot of work over the past couple of seasons on repairs, maintenance and additions.
"I think it's a long, long way down the track before the club itself would be rebuilt, but maybe it will happen one day, and if it does we would obviously have a big involvement in that and how the various areas function," he said.
Mayor Peta Pinson encouraged everyone to check out the draft master plan and let the council know their thoughts.
"The beach is there for all of us to enjoy and your feedback is important to make sure any improvements meet the needs of our growing community," she said.
A report to the July council meeting said it was widely recognised that Flynns Beach required some attention.
"On this basis, council has prioritised development of a precinct master plan to outline the community's long term vision for this highly valued area," the report said.
People can have their say on the council's website until August 18.
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