No need to clear the Jetty Foreshores
WHEN I go on an outing with my family to enjoy the splendid public lands along our Jetty Foreshore we never struggle for views because they are available in magnificent abundance at the Jetty, with unimpeded 360-degree coastal and hinterland vistas.
With a bit of a walk it gets even better along North Wall and Muttonbird Island.
If we don’t want to get out of the car then we go to the southern flanks of the harbour, Gallows Beach, North Wall or South Wall.
When we want to celebrate birthdays and other such occasions we make use of the public picnic areas along the foreshore, with great facilities for families and barely a risk to be experienced.
When the nor-easter is blowing, as it does most afternoons, I am always most thankful for the restored and regenerated native vegetation that ensures our comfort.
Without the vegetation these great community assets would be extremely unpleasant and barely usable when the wind is blowing.
— Mark Graham