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Temporary restrictions to Largs Bay Jetty from 1 May 2017
24 April 2017
The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) advises that access to the Largs Bay Jetty will be restricted from Monday, 1 May 2017 while works are completed to replace the timber deck.
Replacement works are required as the timber deck on the onshore section of the jetty has warped. A temporary fence has been installed where the existing timber has deteriorated for jetty user safety.
Works will involve removing the deteriorated decking and installing new replacement timber.
The onshore section of the jetty will be closed while works take place.
The offshore section of the jetty will remain open to pedestrians and will be accessible via stairs on the jetty’s northern side, approximately 100m along the jetty.
Access to the offshore section of the jetty may be closed intermittently when replacement of timber decking is taking place near the stairs.
These works are expected to be completed by late June 2017, weather permitting.
The $300,000 project is funded by the State Government’s Marine Operating Budget.
DPTI would like to thank the public for their patience and understanding while these important works are undertaken.