Many local people know the delights of the Devils Point free 24 hour conveniently gently sloping big public car park and the delightful walk around the corner with the best views of the Sound and the entrance to the river and dockyard. Just park your car and gaze at the fantastic view or get out and walk in either direction. But the little cafe by the Artillery Tower and the corner of the RWY wall is a serious lost opportunity. The food even the Walls etc ice cream is very expensive. It is not noticeably friendly and there are problems with the lockable car park which is jealously guarded from anyone who wants to eat at the adjacent restaurant, walk the dog(or granny), take a look over the wall at the small beach and swimming pond, or just draw breath.We have seen and keep hearing of people, including pensioners, having their cars locked in if they are not out at 5 o'clock. The problem could be easily solved and the Devil's Point experience made even better if the council would just grant a licence for a good old fashioned ice cream van or even a snack/burger van up in the main car park. Take note, Devil's Point Cafe, inertia and indifferent pricey service is not the way to draw and keep customers, or protect yourselves from viable alternatives.
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