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Shellharbour City Council has started work to reconstruct Reddall Reserve Boat Ramp


The works will involve:

  • Dewatering the area with a cofferdam so concrete works can take place safely

  • Installing graded rocks underneath the ramp for support

  • Installing 10 precast concrete panels on the lower section of the ramp

  • Pouring 2 cast-in situ slabs (approximately 220mm thick) on the upper section of the ramp

  • Installing armour stone (big rocks approximately 200-300mm in diameter) protection as the batter on either side of the concrete ramp.


This project started, March 2021. The program of work is 10 weeks, this may vary if impacted by weather or tidal conditions.

Have questions or want to learn more about a project, contact us below:

Shellharbour City Council

Phone: 42216111.


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 July 2021

The boat ramp at Reddall Reserve, Lake Illawarra is now finished and ready for use, Shellharbour Council also added a pontoon next to the ramp to allow access to boats when launching and retrieving your boat 


Lake Jetties

Tuesday, 22 December 2020 

Community consulted on Lake Illawarra jetties 


The NSW Government is seeking feedback from the Wollongong community on priority 
upgrade work to Lake Illawarra’s public jetties. 

The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment – Crown Lands is conducting an 
online survey which will be followed by information sessions on its jetty upgrade program. 

There are a number of public jetties that Crown Lands inherited from the former Lake 
Illawarra Authority that are in need of repair. 

The NSW Government has allocated $1.3 million from its COVID-19 stimulus program to 
upgrade Lake IIlawarra jetties which are managed by Crown Lands. 

The stimulus funding will see $390,000 allocated this financial year and $910,000 next 
financial year to be targeted at priority jetty repairs and upgrades. 

The Department is seeking community input to help determine which jetties are priorities 
for the community and identify if all jetty structures are still used by the community. 

Members of the public are invited to undertake a short online survey at this weblink by 30 
January 2021 to provide comments on what jetty structures they would like to see given 
priority upgrades. 

Drop-in information sessions are also planned for 28 and 30 January. Residents can 
register their interest in attending at the following weblink and will be sent further details 
when available: 

All interested residents are welcome to attend these information sessions to discuss 
community priorities and learn more about the jetty upgrades. 

The NSW Government will consider feedback from the community survey and public 
meetings before finalising an upgrade program which is expected to commence in mid-
2021 to get priority public jetties back into use for the community. 

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