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Work to extend the Mourilyan breakwater are expected to begin later this month with rock from several local quarries due to arrive soon.Read More
Stage 2 of the Exmouth Boat Harbour upgrade has now been completed, paving the way for job opportunities and economic growth for the area.Read More
Up to $1.5 million will be made available for new and improved recreational boating facilities across Western AustraliaRead More
Port Douglas Boat Harbour will soon have better boating access after the Queensland State Government awarded a contract worth nearly $3 million to commence dredging works.Read More
The Western Australian State Government will soon transform the current Ocean Reef Boat Harbour into a state of the art waterfront precinct.Read More
The new Barangaroo Wharf has been opened, increasing Sydney’s ferry capacity and servicing the thousands of residents, visitors and workers travelling to Sydney’s newest commercial and residential district.Read More
New lighting and timber decking has been installed on the Largs Bay Jetty as part of a $300,000 upgrade to improve safety and extend the life of the community asset.Read More
A million dollar upgrade to a boating facility at Packers Camp, Redbank Road has now been completed just in time for the June/July school holidays.Read More
With the rapid emergence of disruptive technologies taking hold around the world, Queensland is examining its transport infrastructure priorities as the State moves towards a connected transport future.Buildings | Mining | Parks & Outdoor | Ports | Railways | Roads Read More
As Melbourne's population is forecast to hit 10 million by the 2050s, infrastructure strategies and innovation come at a crucial time. Collectively, the state will consider infrastructure priorities and necessities in the decades to come.Buildings | Mining | Parks & Outdoor | Ports | Railways | Roads Read More
Bollards are the short posts installed to prevent traffic from entering specific areas. These come in a wide variety of...Read More
Extreme climate changes, the rise in urbanisation and demographics impact has to lead us to understand that water is the...Read More