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Australind Jetty Update

Australind Jetty Update
09 Mar 2023

An update has been provided on the Australind Jetty Refurbishment Project.

The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation has provided an update on the Australind Jetty Refurbishment Project.

So far, the following work has been completed:

  • Deconstruction of T Jetty has been completed. 
  • About 90 per cent of timber material has been transported back to Australind laydown.
  • Variation to replace headstock/pile bolts has been approved and completed. 
  • Four T Jetty headstocks have been replaced and painted. 
  • Installation of T Jetty stringers and corbels has commenced. 
  • All Boardwalk and T Jetty composite material has been delivered. 
  • Conducted drone flight for tracking progress with imagery and footage.
  • Drawings issued for approval, drawing series received from Department of Transport.
  • Confirmed Contractor (Ventia) to prepare clearing permit for full removal of Scaevola Crassifolia and Olearia Axillaris plants. 

Construction of the new Australind Jetty began in February after the State Government invested $3 million to make the iconic jetty safe and accessible once more.

It is anticipated that Stage One works will be completed in May.

The remaining Stage Two works are scheduled for completion by the end of the year.