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Dredging issue – archives – Hardys Bay Residents Group
Dredging issue – archives2018-11-23T19:07:24+00:00

STOP PRESS
AUGUST 2018

DREDGING UPDATE

From Local Member Adam Crouch

  • Dredging has now been underway for the past 2 weeks to reinstate boating access for deeper draught vessels (such as the Ettalong-Palm Beach ferry service).
  • Crown Lands, RMS and the ferry operator are monitoring dredging progress and will soon review an updated hydrographic survey of the area to assist in determining when ferry operation can recommence.
  • Dredging is weather dependent (and cannot take place during strong wind and large swell conditions).
  • Some dredging has occurred in areas not visible from the Ettalong foreshore, prompting some local residents to question whether dredging is actually happening at all.
  • The results of hydrographic surveying are being shared with Central Coast Council to assist in their development of a long-term maintenance solution for this local waterway.

The dredge at work!

STOP PRESS
25th JULY 2018

DREDGING TO COMMENCE AT ETTALONG

After some delays, the Ettalong emergency dredging should start shortly.
The picture taken on the 4th July shows clearly further silting of the channel. The following 2 photos are proof that the dredge has arrived! [CLICK TO ENLARGE]

STOP PRESS
21st JUNE 2018

LOBSTER BEACH DREDGING ISSUE – PRESS RELEASE FROM LOCAL MEMBER ADAM CROUCH

DREDGING TO COMMENCE AT ETTALONG
Ettalong Channel is set to become a hive of activity, as dredging works commence next week to reopen it for the benefit of passenger and recreation vessels …

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STOP PRESS – 21st MAY 2018

LOBSTER BEACH DREDGING ISSUE – MINISTER’S ANNOUNCEMENT

The NSW Minister for Lands Paul Toole has announced emergency funding for dredging the Ettalong Channel …

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