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New path to swerve around Sandy sink hole

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

We’re creating a new section of coastal pathway near Sandringham’s Trevor Barker Reserve to divert the existing path around a sink hole.

As part of these essential safety works, we’re also realigning fencing and relocating bench seating to ensure the safety of people enjoying this popular foreshore track and lookout.

The naturally occurring sink hole, which has developed near the top of the B7 carpark, will be stabilised by the planting of new native vegetation. 

Works may require the temporary closure of the existing path during works, with alternate routes for pedestrians nearby. These works are scheduled to commence from 17 September 2020 and be completed in approximately one week, weather permitting.

Sandringham coastal path realignment plan

Sandringham coastal path realignment works area

 

 

 

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