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Kingston Park Coast Park
The construction of this section of pathway was completed in May 2018 and included the continuation of the Coast Park pathway from the Seacliff Surf Life Saving Club in front of the Brighton Caravan Park and car park, along the Kingston Park Foreshore Coastal Reserve to the end of Burnham Road to meet at the City of Marion boundary at Marino.
There are additional long term plans for upgrades and enhancement of the adjoining Kingston Park Foreshore Coastal Reserve. Further information regarding updates on the Kingston Foreshore Master Plan can be found at the project page as follows:
Minda Dunes Coast Park
In January 2018, the Minister for Planning approved the Minda Dunes Coast Park project for construction funding up to $4.3 million. The detailed design of the pathway is now complete and a contractor has been engaged to undertake construction of the pathway in 2018/19.
The Minda site is one of a few privately owned land holdings with direct frontage to the metropolitan coastline. Minda Inc. has previously prepared a Master Plan for the future transformation of the site and, as part of delivering this initiative, they are working with the State Government and Council to provide public access to create the ‘vital link’ in Holdfast Bay’s section of the Coast Park through North Brighton, from Somerton Surf Life Saving Club in the north to the the Gladstone Road carpark area in the south. The Minda Coast Park project is the last remaining section of coastal pathway to be constructed within the City of Holdfast Bay. Once complete, the Coast Park will connect from Kingston Park in the south to Glenelg North.
Further information on this project can be found at the project webpage as follows: