Kilaben Bay Jetty and Baths Work

Filed under Council, Lake Macquarie ~ by Press on  19 Aug 2019

Work has begun on Kilaben Bay baths and the neighbouring jetty.

Lake Council’s Section Manager Community Assets Brendan Callander said work involves removal of piles and capping from around the baths.

An inspection of the baths earlier this year identified some potentially contaminated materials had been used in the construction of the facility, so this work is all about removing that material to ensure it’s safe for our community to continue to enjoy,” Mr Callander said.

We know the Kilaben Bay community has been eager to see the area reopen, and we’re pleased they will soon be accessible again, in time for warmer weather.”

The jetty is expected to reopen to the public by the end of September.

The nearby Toronto Baths, on Victory Parade, remain open for swimming throughout this period.



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