Tallebudgera Drive to 23rd Avenue Oceanway, Palm Beach
Council invited the community to have their say on the proposal to construct a new section of Oceanway pavement along the frontal dune area between the Tallebudgera Surf Live Saving Club and 23rd Avenue, Palm Beach.
Design work has been completed that shows how an Oceanway standard pavement could be constructed along the beachfront public road reserve. Oceanway pavements along the dune area are particularly popular with the elderly and less mobile member of our community who can't walk on the sandy beach surfaces.
Also, it's becoming increasingly difficult to find a vacant car space at popular coastal areas like Tallebudgera Estuary. If visits to coastal areas are to remain a regular, healthy and active part of lifestyles as the city grows, then it's important that the average footprint of coastal visitors reduces. A great way of reducing your coastal footprint would be walking or cycling along sections of the Gold Coast Oceanway.
The people of Palm Beach provided input on the plan to construct a new Oceanway pavement between the Tallebudgera SLSC and 23rd Avenue Palm Beach. The new pavement will lift the profile and amenity of the beach area as well as improving accessibility to the elderly and disabled.
Community Consultation Process
All written submissions were received by 5 January 2007.
If you have comments or suggestions regarding the approach Council is using to consult community please contact the Coordinator, Community Consultation by email.