Jetty4Shores Project

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Jetty4Shores Project

Stages 2-4 of the Jetty4Shores Project were officially opened by Coffs Harbour Mayor, Councillor Denise Knight, and Luke Hartsuyker, the Federal Member for Cowper, on 30 October 2017.

These works comprised:

  • an open plaza area with wide shallow steps onto the northern end of Jetty Beach;
  • a market and events space; and
    a boardwalk around the dunes and vegetation, linking the plaza to the historic Jetty and market space.
  • Tenders for Stages 2-4 were invited early in January 2017 and the successful tenderer, A J Pipelines and Construction Pty Ltd, was announced at the beginning of April 2017.

The detailed design documents for Stages 2 - 4 can be viewed below:

Stages 2-4 Jetty4Shores Project Detailed Design

Plaza area - detailed design and ​elements 

The Australian Government’s Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development’s National Stronger Regions Fund is funding half the cost of the $9.2m Jetty4Shores Project.  

The NSW Government is developing a new masterplan for the Jetty Foreshores and wants your ideas and feedback on the precinct's future.

  
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​Council adopted the Jetty4Shores Concept Plan, implementation plan and preliminary budget estimates at its Ordinary Meeting on 24 October 2013.  

These plans were developed by a project team consisting of Coffs Harbour City Council, representatives from Crown Lands and a Community Reference Group. An extensive three-month exhibition was held from May to August 2013. A total of 1348 submissions were received in response to the exhibition.

Stage 1, the Jetty Walkway, was officially opened on 25 October 2015. The Walkway is a five-metre wide decorative concrete shared pathway/cycleway, which tells the story of our Aboriginal and European heritage, the Jetty structure and the industrial use of the Foreshores. Construction of 60-space car park was finished in early November 2016.