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Nelligen Wharf closes for facelift


Nelligen Wharf will be closed for two weeks from 25th May to give the historic wharf a major facelift.

The upgrade has been scheduled for the off-season and while COVID-19 restrictions are in place; tourism operators will have a safer wharf once restrictions have eased.

The wharf’s support structures will be strengthened and a new deck added to welcome the many land based and river boat visitors to Nelligen.

Boaters and fishers will not be able to use the wharf until work finishes on Friday 5 June, weather permitting. Both boat ramps at Nelligen will remain open during the work on the wharf.

To keep up to date with Eurobodalla Council’s current works, visit www.esc.nsw.gov.au/currentworks.


Above: Work begins later this month to replace the deck and upgrade the support structures of the Nelligen Wharf.

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