Dredging has formally began within the South Channel of the Broadwater – a part of Gold Coast Waterways Authority’s (GCWA) wider Seaway dredging mission.
“We’re making improvements to navigational get right of entry to to Gold Coast waterways by means of dredging the Gold Coast Seaway front and the adjoining North and South Channels,” mentioned GCWA.
The dredged subject material can be beneficially reused to nourish Gold Coast seashores.
Removing of shoaling within the North and South Channels is about to give a boost to get right of entry to for better vessels to the native marine trade hubs at Coomera and within the southern Broadwater.
This $6.3 million mission can be finished in January 2022.