Terrigal car park upgrade deferred until after ANZAC Day

Central Coast Council is undertaking a $2.3 million upgrade to improve the capacity of the Wilson Rd car park at Terrigal, but has decided not to close the car park until after ANZAC Day.
The car park will now be open until April 26, meaning that the Terrigal ANZAC Day Dawn Service will no longer be affected by the construction.
The Council also announced it would take additional steps to provide extra parking spaces for those attending the ANZAC services, with The Haven parking being reconfigured for the event.
A free shuttle bus will also run from The Haven to The Esplanade to ensure attendees can get to the Cenotaph for the service.
Members of the Terrigal Wamberal RSL Sub-Branch expressed their relief that common sense prevailed and the carpark would remain open as the parking problems would have exasperated attendees and could have caused people not to turn up to the service, which has been in planning for the last 12 months.
The change to the construction program, along with the altered arrangements at The Haven, would ensure that 500 parking spaces would be available for ANZAC Dayl in Terrigal.

Media Release, April 11, 2017
Central Coast Council media