Portland Foreshore Pathway Lighting

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Glenelg Shire Council has been successful in securing a grant from the State Governments Regional Infrastructure Fund for further Foreshore improvements, with funding allocated for the lighting of the newly finished walking path.

This will see lighting along the 1.3km stretch of connecting pathways from All-abilities play space through to Nuns Beach.

The installation of lighting will enable greater use of the Foreshore, and coupled with the newly installed connecting pedestrian paths, will allow for passive recreation at night and in the early morning.

The grant is the latest in the multi-million funding windfall for the foreshore, which has seen the creation of new connecting pathways, a new Town Jetty, a Marina extension, over-water boardwalks and a soon to be constructed multi-use facility.

For further information on the Regional Infrastructure Fund, please visit the Region Development Victoria website.

Lighting design layout can be viewed in the photo tab on this page.

Glenelg Shire Council has been successful in securing a grant from the State Governments Regional Infrastructure Fund for further Foreshore improvements, with funding allocated for the lighting of the newly finished walking path.

This will see lighting along the 1.3km stretch of connecting pathways from All-abilities play space through to Nuns Beach.

The installation of lighting will enable greater use of the Foreshore, and coupled with the newly installed connecting pedestrian paths, will allow for passive recreation at night and in the early morning.

The grant is the latest in the multi-million funding windfall for the foreshore, which has seen the creation of new connecting pathways, a new Town Jetty, a Marina extension, over-water boardwalks and a soon to be constructed multi-use facility.

For further information on the Regional Infrastructure Fund, please visit the Region Development Victoria website.

Lighting design layout can be viewed in the photo tab on this page.

  • 15 May 2024

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    Materials have been sourced and delivered and Marine and Coastal Act consent has been approved. The contract for installation has been awarded to Day’s Electrical Contracting. Works on the installation of the foreshore pathway lighting will be starting this week, with contractors starting at the skate park and working their way north towards Nun’s beach over the next two to three months.

    There may be slight restrictions on access along the path during this time while they trench for cabling and footings for the lights.