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Five metropolitan jetties closed due to severe weather conditions UPDATE

14 Jun 2018

UPDATE: The metropolitan jetties closed yesterday were assessed this morning and are in a safe condition. It is expected Largs, Brighton, Grange and part of  Semaphore jetties will be reopened by 4pm today, Friday 15 June.

Please note that Henley Beach and part of Semaphore jetties remain closed for already scheduled upgrade works. For more information go to: http://dpti.sa.gov.au/news?a=456992 and http://dpti.sa.gov.au/news?a=438689

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The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) advise that as a result of predicted severe weather conditions, five metropolitan jetties will be closed until further notice.

The jetties to be closed are:

  • Largs
  • Brighton
  • Grange
  • Semaphore
  • Henley Beach

This is due to the impending extreme weather front and high tides, and they will be closed as a safety precaution.

Jetties will be assessed as the weather clears and before being reopened.

The department is also monitoring Gorge Road, which may be closed as the weather develops. Please check AddInsight or Traffic SA before travelling this route to check access.

Please check the State Emergency Service and Bureau of Meteorology websites for weather warnings and forecasts.

DPTI will provide updates via Facebook and Twitter.

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