Work under this project consists of rehabilitating the north section of Seagull Walkway, the 240m long raised concrete pedestrian pathway located downtown along the City’s foreshore. The walkway was originally constructed in three (3) separate sections over a time period of approximately sixteen (16) years, starting in 1980 with the construction of the north section. This was followed by the south section built in 1993 and the Bridge section over the old Ocean Pacific Building boat ramp, built in 1996. Since then the City has continually monitored the condition of the full walkway system with the north section having reached the point that rehabilitation is required.
This project includes the rehabilitation of the north section only; the bridge and south section will be addressed at a future date.