Port Lincoln Foreshore Redevelopment

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  • Artistic Impression - Nature Playspace at the Port Lincoln Foreshore

    The State Government's Local Government Infrastructure Partnership Program is contributing up to $3.640 million towards the Port Lincoln Foreshore Project and includes the following:

    • Construction of new plaza
    • Construction of a new play space
    • Construction of a new sport and activity zone
    • Upgrade of foreshore carpark including additional spaces and accessible bays
    • Construction of shared space parking area and market
    • Toilet, beach access and boardwalk, landscaping, paving walls and fencing and retaining structures and shelters
    • Remedial work to Parnkalla (Barngarla) Trail.

    The new inclusive playspace will feature elevated play pods with rope climbs, slides, rock scrambles and basket swings, with a focus on incorporating elements of Indigenous heritage and storytelling.

    Stories from the area’s Traditional Owners, the Barngarla people, will be highlighted throughout the playspace, such as the waterplay feature inspired by fish traps used by the Barngarla people across coastal Eyre Peninsula, including Whalers Way.

    Council will be working with Elton Landscapes and in-turn the local sub-contractors, Origin Paving and Landscaping, Chris Cash Plumbing and Gas Fitting, Diggin It Earthworks, who will be working together on this part of the overall foreshore project, which is tipped to give a much-needed boost to the city’s economy.

    To read the full media release issued Friday 10 June 2022 click on the Attached document link below.

    Please note the above artist impression shows the new playspace features only and does not show all the existing structures such as the Tuna Poler.