Why isn’t the path along the cliff top?

    The property boundaries within the subdivisions prevent the development of a continuous cliff top path in the areas of the proposed pathway extension. 

    Why is some of the path made of asphalt and some parts are constructed as concrete footpath?

    The majority of the path is designed as 2.5 metre-wide asphalt to enable pedestrians, prams and motorized scooters to pass on the path. In some smaller areas the width of the verge area is too narrow to accommodate the wider path. In this instance the 1.5metre standard concrete footpath design is used instead.

    Will there be further stages or extensions to the path?

    There are currently no plans for further stages, however Council has developed strategies and plans including the Tracks and Trails Strategy and Glenelg Shire Open Space Strategy to identify capital projects for future budget consideration.