Peregian Boardwalk and Shower Upgrade

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Council would like to thank the local Peregian Beach community for providing comment on the layout of the boardwalk to the northern side of the Peregian Beach lifeguard tower. The Surf Life Saving Club was directly consulted by Council to ensure that the choices made would facilitate the operational needs of this organisation.

The decision has been made to combine both option 1 and option 2, therefore providing a connecting boardwalk with a viewing platform to the north of the life guard tower.

PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON THIS PROJECT HAS NOW CLOSED

Council’s Planning Scheme is based on the ability of services to meet future demands without adversely impacting our natural environment and quality of life.

Council plans to renew current infrastructure without compromising natural landforms and landscapes and to provide opportunities for site seeing and relaxation.

Council’s Infrastructure Renewal Program has identified the need to upgrade the Peregian Beach Tower northern boardwalk and shower facility, which have been decommissioned due to poor condition.

Funding this financial year has been allocated to finance the boardwalk upgrade. The architecture of the new boardwalk will reflect the Peregian Beach style within the village area, and designed by Councils Infrastructure Design Team and external consultants.

Key features of this project will include the:

  • Noosa Design Principles;
  • Removal of the shower facility, and its replacement with a new easy access shower in an alternate location;
  • Quality materials to withstand the abrasive coastal environment and
  • Uniform styling to the adjacent boardwalk.

Council would like to gauge the community's needs and preferences regarding the layout of the renewed boardwalk.

Layout options to be considered include:

  • Option 1. Renewal of the current boardwalk layout
  • Option 2. Remove the boardwalk linking the north side of the lifeguard tower, construct a small elevated seating platform and replant the disturbed section of the dune.

Timing and Duration

Design of the site will be finalised by early 2019 with construction scheduled for May 2019 to avoid peak tourism periods and traditionally wet months.

For Further Information

Project news available in the Document Library

Council is committed to ensuring the community is kept informed on works in progress.

If you would like to provide feedback on this project or have questions, please complete the following form:

Council would like to thank the local Peregian Beach community for providing comment on the layout of the boardwalk to the northern side of the Peregian Beach lifeguard tower. The Surf Life Saving Club was directly consulted by Council to ensure that the choices made would facilitate the operational needs of this organisation.

The decision has been made to combine both option 1 and option 2, therefore providing a connecting boardwalk with a viewing platform to the north of the life guard tower.

PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON THIS PROJECT HAS NOW CLOSED

Council’s Planning Scheme is based on the ability of services to meet future demands without adversely impacting our natural environment and quality of life.

Council plans to renew current infrastructure without compromising natural landforms and landscapes and to provide opportunities for site seeing and relaxation.

Council’s Infrastructure Renewal Program has identified the need to upgrade the Peregian Beach Tower northern boardwalk and shower facility, which have been decommissioned due to poor condition.

Funding this financial year has been allocated to finance the boardwalk upgrade. The architecture of the new boardwalk will reflect the Peregian Beach style within the village area, and designed by Councils Infrastructure Design Team and external consultants.

Key features of this project will include the:

  • Noosa Design Principles;
  • Removal of the shower facility, and its replacement with a new easy access shower in an alternate location;
  • Quality materials to withstand the abrasive coastal environment and
  • Uniform styling to the adjacent boardwalk.

Council would like to gauge the community's needs and preferences regarding the layout of the renewed boardwalk.

Layout options to be considered include:

  • Option 1. Renewal of the current boardwalk layout
  • Option 2. Remove the boardwalk linking the north side of the lifeguard tower, construct a small elevated seating platform and replant the disturbed section of the dune.

Timing and Duration

Design of the site will be finalised by early 2019 with construction scheduled for May 2019 to avoid peak tourism periods and traditionally wet months.

For Further Information

Project news available in the Document Library

Council is committed to ensuring the community is kept informed on works in progress.

If you would like to provide feedback on this project or have questions, please complete the following form: