Crowdy Head Boat Harbour
The NSW Government is delivering major improvements to maritime infrastructure and facilities statewide, to help the boating and wider community safely access, use and navigate our inland and coastal waters.
A $205 million stimulus funding program was announced in October 2020 to invest in maritime infrastructure and safety upgrade projects across the state.
Crowdy Head Boat Harbour is an important harbour on the mid north coast for boat users, as a safe and accessible harbour with no river mouth or coastal bars to cross.
The existing infrastructure in the harbour is nearing the end of its useful life.
The NSW Government is funding a proposal to upgrade the eastern jetty in the harbour and part of the investigations will also consider other infrastructure and amenity in the harbour.
Transport for NSW is starting early site investigation work to inform the planning and development stages of the project, including the environmental assessment.
Early site investigation work will start on Monday 6 September and is expected to take around three months, weather and tides permitting. This investigation work includes:
- Land, water and utilities surveys
- Aerial drone imaging
- Underground and underwater scanning of the work area
- Environmental assessment to understand potential impact.
The work will be carried out between 7am and 6pm from Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays. We will let you know in advance if we need to do any work outside these times.
This work will have minimal impact to local residents. We will make every effort to minimise noise and impact during investigation work and will continue to keep you informed as planning on the project progresses.
For more information contact the project team:
Phone: 1800 973 343