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​Spruce up for Riverside Park Moruya

Moruya’s Riverside Park is enjoying a spruce up following recent work to extend parking in the area.

Eurobodalla Council’s parks team will work at Riverside Park for a couple of weeks to top-dress two large areas of grass in the park.

The team will also replace several dying trees which have been identified as a potential risk to the public.

Bollards will be installed to restrict access to the area south of the extended car park, and along the east side of Ford Street near the boat ramp.

Although some areas in the east of the park will be closed during work there will be no impact on market stalls or to boat-ramp access.

For more information contact Council’s Moruya Depot on 4474 1391.

Above: Eurobodalla Council crews are continuing groundworks at Riverside Park in Moruya this week.

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