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Terrigal claws through winter off local support though due to it's tiny population shops make or break off the summer season, largely it's holiday tourism weeks. Terrigal like most coastal towns attracts people due to it's close proximity to Sydney though it's pristine beach, yellow sand, blue sky & clear turquoise water.

whilst all have been fully aware the old stair case were buried under the southern end of the beach front, recent years of heavy erosion have resulted it the concrete hazards being exposed. The frequency of this occurring and the length of time exposed is becoming very frequent and lengthy. Beside the eyesore, it;s very hazardous to walkers, surfers and general beach goers which is detrimental to the economics of the community and it's ongoing perception for a great place to holiday.

As a result the Councils approach is to barricade the southern end of the beach off and now install permanent signage warning people not to swim and of the hazards. This is unacceptable and detrimental the survival of this small coastal town. Central Coast people desire their beach back, in safe conditions and without the barricades or signage scaring off tourism.


Proposed Solution:

  • Excavators & trucks @ beach to dig out & expose all existing concrete staircase.
  • Break up & lift out all hazardous dumped concrete staircase.
  • Remove barricades & signage.
  • Promotion campaign to address perception & restore tourisim.