Friday 11 December 2015
A new observation platform is being built at Pambula Beach to improve views of the beach and main swimming area.
The platform is a joint project, with Council funding the purchase of timber and materials, and members of the Pambula Surf Life Saving Club providing their time and skills to build the engineered platform.
Council’s Manager, Leisure and Recreation, John Grady said the observation platform will benefit life saving services and also be an excellent accessible viewing point for locals and visitors.
“The pathway and platform dovetail with a range of other Council projects that fall under the Surf Life Saving NSW Community Inclusion Grant Program,” he said.
“These projects will be guided by the development of a landscape masterplan project for the Pambula Beach reserve area to pave the way for future improvements including overcoming of the ‘soft sand barrier’ that can restrict beach access to some people in the community.”
“Community consultation for the reserve master planning will get under way before Christmas with online surveys available for locals and visitors to provide their thoughts and ideas,” Mr Grady said.
For more information call Bega Valley Shire Council on 6499 2222.