Construction has commenced on a series of marine infrastructure at the Macleay Island foreshore.
Designed by the private industry, the Macleay Island foreshore will be improved by a series of projects over the a 12 month period, which includes a new seawall and sealed car park, associated road works and marine infrastructure, a new two-lane recreational boat ramp, a third lane for a future floating walkway and access stairs.
Approved by the Stage Government in October 2016, the joint State and Council project was boosted by a $1.9 million commitment from the Marine Infrastructure Fund to include a new recreational boat ramp into the project.
– New seawall and sealed car park
– Associated road works and marine infrastructure
– New two-lane recreational boat ramp
– Third lane for a future floating walkway, and access stairs
– 178 parking bays, improved drop-off zone and safer vehicle access.
– improved vegetation on the slope, mulched, fenced and sign
New Car Parking
– 122 car parks
– 12 disabled car parks
– 26 car-trailer parks
– 8 motorcycle parks
– 8 loading bays
– 1 Taxi and
– 1 Emergency vehicle bay
Council in 2007, completed a major clean-up of the Macleay Island foreshore, improving the environment and completed a remediation over a major part of the site.
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