As part of the construction of the new Marine Rescue Tower, upgrade works will be undertaken to the path linking Lighthouse Parade to the North Break Wall Path.
For works to be completed in the most efficient and safest way, the path from the end of Lighthouse Parade to the break wall will be closed to all pedestrians and cyclists from 7am Monday 29 August until the end of September 2016 weather permitting (see red area on attached map).
The path running adjacent to the Richmond River on the break wall (i.e. known as North Wall) will remain open.
Council seeks your patience during these works; however closing the pathway will ensure improved safety for pedestrians, cyclists and the construction crew.
Construction works are on track, with the Marine Rescue Tower expected to be operational in October 2016.
You can keep up to date on the Tower’s construction by viewing the time lapse video on Council’s website ballina.nsw.gov.au