$828,000 in funding
Camp Creek remediation
Yacht Club construction
Wynyard‘s foreshore precinct is undergoing a multi-million dollar facelift that will connect the town centre, reinvigorate the waterfront and provide a link for the Coastal Pathway.
The Wynyard Waterfront and Environs Masterplan Project is co-funded by the Building Better Regions Fund – Infrastructure Grant, the State Government and Council.
The Project includes the new boardwalk and seawall along the Inglis River, Camp Creek remediation and improved wharf access and parking.
The final component of the project, the construction of a multi-use community facility, which will house the Wynyard Yacht Club and a café, are due for completion by September 2021.
Media Release - New Yacht Club to sail ahead as works begin
Wynyard Waterfront Project Master Plan
Wynyard Waterfront Boardwalk - Site Plan
Media Release - Completion of Seawall and Boardwalk
Media Release - Camp Creek rehabilitation update
Camp Creek Rehabilitation Construction Drawings
The total project cost is $7.16 million. The Australian Government committed $3.26 million to the Wynyard Waterfront and Environs Masterplan Project, while the Tasmanian Government has committed $3.9 million.
The project is being completed in stages, with the new Board Walk and Sea Wall finished in December 2019.
Camp Creek Stage 1 was complete in August 2019, with remaining works on the boardwalk expected to be complete late 2019.
Construction of the new Wynyard Yacht Club, café and multi-use facility commenced in October 2020 and is expected to be completed by September 2021.
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