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Booderee ramp upgrade on schedule

BOATERS in the Booderee National Park on the NSW South Coast will soon have the use of a new $900,000 wharf at the Murray’s beach breakwall and boat ramp precinct.

Park manager Scott Suridge said this week the Murray’s Wharf upgrade is well underway with the official opening expected to be on schedule for the 8th of November.

The project will see the old wooden jetty (Murray’s Wharf) replaced after having suffered major structural damage from storms which forced the closure of the National Park.

Suridge says the new wharf will offer increased tie up space and more convenience for the park’s many boat users.

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“We’re investing nearly $900,000 in this boating precinct, to design and construct this new jetty which will include disabled access and improved walking access from the car park. It’s a substantial capital improvement project for the park,” Suridge said.

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Artist’s impression of the completed facility.

For more details call (02) 4442 1006 or visit booderee.gov.au

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