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Work is underway to stabilise the slope on the headland of Don MacSween and Mick Schamburg Parks at Miami. The work will improve the long-term safety and stability of the parks for the community.
After conducting a detailed geotechnical investigation, the City has tendered the detailed design and construction of a rock fall protection solution that maintains the natural beauty of Miami headland and retains the iconic Rainbow Stairs.
Proposed works will create an exclusion zone and include:
A vegetation management and ecological assessment has been completed and guides the design, including:
During construction there may be:
intermittent closure and/or reduced access to beach adjacent to the headland.
Don MacSween Park slope side will be closed for the duration of the works. The beach side of the park will remain open. We will do our best to minimise disruptions and thank you in advance for your patience.
Benefits to the community
Marine Parade, Miami 4220 View map and directions on Google
Marine Parade ,
Don MacSween slope artist's impression north
Don MacSween slope artist's impression south