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21 May 2018 Posted by 


Council funds $2,807,000 project
RESIDENTS, visitors and businesses are set to benefit from rehabilitation works at the southern end of Avoca beach.

The works, to be completed by Central Coast Council, have been funded by the NSW State Government as part of the Stronger Communities Fund to the tune of $2,807,000.

They will improve the infrastructure and amenity of the area as well as delivering important coastal protection and rehabilitation works to stabilise the foreshore.

The council’s Director, Assets, Infrastructure and Business, Mike Dowling, said the upgrades would provide the community and visitors with a safer and more accessible foreshore area.

“The first stage of works will deliver a more substantial rock wall next to the rock pool to stabilise the foreshore,” Mr Dowling said.

“It will also see a relocation of the drainage outlet to the eastern end of the rock pool and renew the existing walkway between the surf club and eastern rock shelf incorporating initial landscaping.”

Mayor Jane Smith said the project was an example of Council working together with the NSW State Government to deliver projects the community wants and needs.

Details: https://www.yourvoiceourcoast.com/Avoca_Beach_MasterPlan



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