Access changes to Pier 2/3


REPRESENTATIVES from the Recreational Fishing Alliance of NSW (RFA) have met at the Community Drop-in Session on Pier 2/3 with teams from Infrastructure NSW, Create NSW, and the Contractor Richard Crookes.

They had discussions with the Crookes team relating to ongoing access concerns and the construction planning and site safety around the project.

The RFA reports that at this stage no final date was available as to when public access would be totally lost on Pier 4/5 and 2/3, the focus being on establishing construction hoardings and gates, which will start next week, October 15, on both wharves.

So this weekend could be your last chance to fish the wharves for 2 years.

Once any construction site signs, barriers, fencing or gates are installed we hope that no recreational fisher decides to enter the designated construction areas. 

It should be clearly understood that any breaches will attract the full impact of the laws relating to unauthorised construction site entry.

RFA will continue to investigate fishing opportunities in the area and work with NSW Fisheries, Sydney Managemeant and others on alternate nearby locations, redirection messages and fishing facilities options.

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