North Beach Jetty Restora­tion

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The North Beach Jetty is back to look­ing its best after the City re­cently car­ried out a com­plete re­fur­bish­ment of the lo­cal land­mark. The restora­tion works were prompted by an in­spec­tion of the 22 me­tre jetty after this year’s win­ter storms caused ex­ten­sive dam­age to the deck­ing.

The $120,000 project in­cluded re­place­ment of the en­tire wooden struc­ture with sea­soned jar­rah and new stain­less steel fix­tures. These restora­tion works have re­tained the orig­i­nal look and feel of the jetty and en­sure that the pop­u­lar look­out re­mains avail­able to the com­mu­nity into the fu­ture.

The jetty is now open to the pub­lic for recre­ational fish­ing and can be booked for wed­ding pho­tos by email­ing beaches@stir­ling.wa.gov.au or phon­ing the City’s Beach Ser­vices Book­ing Of­fice on (08) 9205 7472.

Mayor Mark Ir­win (cen­tre) with the City’s Main­te­nance Co­or­di­na­tor Greg Dug­gan and Engi­neer Bil­jana Pe­canac

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