A new floating walkway will be installed alongside the Half Tide boat ramp. NQBP is proud to help bring this community project to Hay Point.

The new facility will be for recreational vessels.

Installation works are expected to take four to five weeks and could require closure of the boat ramp for periods of time and some disruptions in the adjacent carpark.

NQBP has engaged contractor SMC Marine to complete these works.

We recognise this work may cause inconvenience and ask for your patience during this time.

Timing

Installation works are due to commence early May 2018.

Work will take place between 7am and 5pm Monday to Friday and 7am to 1pm on Saturday.

It is expected these works will be completed by June 2018.

Key facts

  • The floating walkway will be 2.4m wide and 40m long
  • It will be ambulant accessible
  • Vessels can access the floating walkway from both sides
  • It is designed for vessels up to 7.5m in length
  • Boat ramp remains two lanes wide
  • At high tide, up to six vessels could use the facility at once

Community project

The floating walkway will increase the safety of all boat users at Half Tide Tug Harbour.

NQBP thanks key stakeholders who helped to bring this much-anticipated project to life and the Hay Point community for their contribution up to this point.

NQBP are keeping the community at the front of mind during planning for this project to ensure the least disruption possible.

Once installed the facility will be owned and managed by NQBP.

Funding for this project has been provided by Transport and Main Roads Marine Infrastructure Investment Program.

Noticeboards, electronic signage and our Facebook page will keep residents up-to-date with closures and disruptions at the site.