Boating Facilities Upgrade at Rowland Reserve
New access pontoons have been installed at the northern and southern boat ramps to provide recreational boat users with a safe and more efficient means of embarking and disembarking watercraft.
As well, improvements have been made to the parking areas for boat trailers and an additional wash-down space for boats has been created along with measures to prevent pollutants from the wash-down space entering Winnererremy Bay.
The works were made possible by a State Government grant of $566,000, under the NSW Boating Now funding program.
In 2015 Council was awarded $1million by the NSW State Government, under the NSW Boating Now funding program to undertake a series of improvements to boating facilities in the area.
Mayor Michael Regan said the facilities upgrade improved the safety and functionality of this important regional centre while minimising the environmental impact of its use.
“Rowland Reserve is popular not only among locals but also from people from other districts, and serves the important function as a designated Maritime Safety Centre.
“We thank the State Government for their financial assistance and support in helping us make Rowland Reserve a place the whole community can continue to enjoy.” Mayor Regan said.
This article archived 22 Jan 2019
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