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Wamberal

midfielder

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I remember back in the 70's Wamberal almost got washed away and there were these old 40's & 50's style houses on the beach... always thought WTF would you build there ..



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style_cafe

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I know this isn`t football related but there`s not much else to do.
The foreshore needs to be restored, and if the council is to have any imput dollarwise the whole community needs to benefit from it.
Therefore,funding has to be secured Federally,from the State, from the Council and from the residents.
I would suggest that any design put forward include a concrete foreshore walkway linking the Haven to Wamberal lagoon.
This would have the benefit of 1) A decent walkway buffering the private land
2) Opening up that tract of land to the public
3) Reducing the parking congestion in Terrigal as it links Terrigal to Wamberal Lagoon
carpark and Wamberal Surf-club carpark for nigh-time use.
4) Reducing the number of private access points to the beach ie. concrete steps to the beach every 50m or so.

Further to this, a boardwalk could also be built from the walkway around the headland to the Terrigal bridge.
This section could also include for cafe`s,eateries and small bars, with an extension of a narrower walkway around to the scout hall ,which would link even more parking.
 

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