Iconic coastal walkway coming to Malabar Headland

Barry Hiblen

Posted by Barry Hiblen on Apr 21, 2017 1:25:50 PM

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Situated in Sydney's south-east, The Malabar Headland forms a significant natural feature in Australia's vast coastline and is home to hundreds of species of native and protected flora and fauna and is also a popular tourist attraction. Upgrading the coastal walkway around Malabar headland has been a focus for Randwick City Council and NPWS. Thus they required a solution that would allow suitable and safe access whilst protecting the ecologically sensitive environment.

YoursayMalabar-Walkway-headerNEW-365244-edited.jpgIndication of where the proposed walkway will be.     Source: Randwick City Council

With superior knowledge and experience in ecologically sensitive projects we submitted our tender proposal to council and are proud to have been awarded this significant contract.

Malabar Headland.jpgA view from the beautiful Malabar Headland.     Source: Google

Working on high profile projects and in difficult or sensitive locations is something we have been doing for many years and we look forward to delivering another significant project for NPWS and Randwick City Council.

Many iconic yet ecologically fragile projects such as The Narrabeen Lagoon Trail have been delivered in the past few years, check out the Narrabeen Lagoon case study video to see how we meet and exceed client expectations on challanging projects!

Check out some of the other ecologically sensitive projects we have delivered in the past:

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