Construction works kicked off at a cracking pace leading up to the October long weekend. The focus has been on sewer and the major stormwater works. The stormwater design is such that a number of retention and bio-retention basins will interact to attenuate and filter the stormwater runoff from the site. The natural water system actually flows away from the beach and through the Saltwater National Park via Khappinghat Creek.
Photo above: Construction progress on Stages 3 and 4.
The stormwater basins on the site are dry basins which only fill up with water during periods of high intensity or prolonged rainfall. The basins will be landscaped with native vegetation in accordance with our EnviroDevelopment Certification.
Construction is also about to commence on the floating boardwalk beach access. We are anticipating this work will be complete in November 2019. The beach access coincides with the dune regeneration and management work we are currently undertaking.
Photo above: View over Diamond Beach looking back at Edgewater Shores.
We will continue to provide safe access to people wanting to inspect the site during the construction period. Please contact us to make an appointment if you wish to inspect Stages 3 and 4 over the coming months.
Photo above: Road and service construction for Stage 3.
About Edgewater Shores
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