Navigation Restriction - Koolewong Public Wharf and Boat ramp, Brisbane Water

(Marine Safety Act 1998 s.12)

Koolewong Public Wharf and Boat Ramp, Brisbane Water
Boating Facility Upgrade
Commencing Monday 27 November 2017


Construction of the $1.4 million upgrade to the Koolewong Boat Ramp and foreshore will commence on Monday 27 November 2017. The upgrade is part of the Koolewong Waterfront Recreational Boating Infrastructure Project jointly funded by the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) NSW Boating Now Program and Central Coast Council.


The upgrade improvement works will be conducted over 30 weeks with the initial phase commencing Monday 27 November – mid December 2017, being the construction of concrete abutment for a sailing pontoon and new dinghy slide.  During this period the Northern Boat Ramp and dinghy slide will be closed whilst an excavator is on site. The Southern Boat Ramp will remain open and accessible to the public.

RMS and Central Coast Council will endeavor to maintain access during construction for waterway users, however mooring licence holders may be affected and public access of the foreshore and boating facilities will be restricted at times in order to facilitate the upgrade. 


Roads and Maritime Services advise:

  1. Persons within the vicinity of the Koolewong Waterfront must comply with any directions given by any Boating Safety Officer or Police Officer in relation to marine safety. Failure to comply with any such direction is an offence (Marine Safety Act 1998, s.15A - Maximum Penalty $3,300.00).


Roads and Maritime Boating Map – 8B

For further information concerning this Navigation Advice, please contact Roads & Maritime Services on phone: 131236


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