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Beachport Jetty Upgrade Project

About the project

The South Australian Government has committed $20 million to undertake maintenance works on marine facilities across South Australia. $4.5 million of this funding has been allocated to undertake works on the Beachport Jetty as part of the State Maintenance of Marine Assets Fund. These essential works will ensure the long-term structural integrity of the jetty for all users.

The scope of works includes:

  • refurbishment of timber piles, framework, decking and railings;
  • installation of new safety ladders;
  • replacement of decking currently in a poor condition; and
  • repairs to the landings, handrails and fenders.

Works will typically occur on and near the jetty landings, ramp and towards the sea end of the jetty.

To safely facilitate these works, the sea end of the jetty will be closed to the public. The shore end will be closed intermittently as required with advance notice signage in place to advise jetty users. There may be periods of time when the jetty fuel supply will be impacted, however advance notice will be provided.

What's next?

Works are anticipated to commence in early 2022, with completion expected by the end of 2022, weather permitting.

Further updates will be provided about the work later this year when the start dates and working hours are confirmed.

Further information

To find out more about the project or register for future updates, please contact the project team at the following: