Boardwalk under construction

The new boardwalk will make Terrigal more accessible for pedestrians

TERRIGAL: If you’re heading to Terrigal during the school holidays, be aware that work is continuing on the construction of Terrigal Boardwalk and the upgrade to the rockpool.

Central Coast Council has advised that anyone visiting the area should follow all signage and directions and adhere to the latest COVID-19 restrictions.

Pedestrian and vehicle access will be managed by traffic control and the small carpark on Terrigal Esplanade will be temporarily closed for up to two weeks from September 29.

The boardwalk is expected to improve pedestrian access from The Haven to Terrigal beach.

Restoration works to the rockpool include the replacement of the rockpool foundations and walls, construction of an access ramp to replace the existing stairs and linking this area with the new boardwalk and existing pathways.

The worksite was established at the end of March this year with construction underway by the end of April and due for completion and open for public use by early January 202.

The Terrigal Boardwalk project is jointly funded by Central Coast Council ($2.9M) and the NSW Government’s Restart NSW Regional Growth Environment and Tourism Fund ($2.98M).

The Terrigal rockpool renovation project is supported by the NSW Government with a $250,000 grant from the Crown Reserves Improvement Fund.

Media release Sep 28
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Adam Crouch