Construction on the Terrigal boardwalk project and rockpool restoration started April 2020. The project, jointly funded by Council and the NSW Government, will deliver many benefits for locals and visitors.
This boardwalk will significantly improve pedestrian access between Terrigal Beach promenade and The Haven - providing an accessible route around the headland so everyone can enjoy this oceanfront area. In addition, this project will help grow tourism and boost the local economy.
Construction works are currently scheduled for completion by the end of the year and ready for public use early January 2021, however, the schedule may be impacted by weather or other unforeseen events.
The 277-metre-long boardwalk design includes a viewing platform, integrated seating, lighting, access to the rock platforms and smooth integration with the existing walkways either end, which creates a continuous link to the town centre.
Works on the new Terrigal Boardwalk have also been programmed to coincide with the renovation of the rockpool at the southern end of Terrigal Beach. The rockpool has been a popular spot for families since it first opened in 1954, and this much-needed upgrade will help restore it to its former glory.
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