Old Noarlunga pedestrian bridge

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Provide feedback on the aesthetic elements of the proposed bridge.

What is being decided?

We're seeking community feedback on the non-structural, aesthetic elements of the proposed Old Noarlunga pedestrian bridge. This includes the type and material of the balustrade and decking, colours for the structure, signage and ideas on how the department can incorporate heritage elements into the new truss bridge.

Click here to view the artist's impression (3.35MB) and aerial photo – site plan (2.17MB).

How can your input influence the decision?

Your input will help

About


Provide feedback on the aesthetic elements of the proposed bridge.

What is being decided?

We're seeking community feedback on the non-structural, aesthetic elements of the proposed Old Noarlunga pedestrian bridge. This includes the type and material of the balustrade and decking, colours for the structure, signage and ideas on how the department can incorporate heritage elements into the new truss bridge.

Click here to view the artist's impression (3.35MB) and aerial photo – site plan (2.17MB).

How can your input influence the decision?

Your input will help ensure that the appearance of the bridge reflects the historic nature of the Old Noarlunga township as well as the views of people who live in or visit the area.

Once the consultation has closed and responses have been reviewed, the outcome will be available to the community via the YourSAy website ‘outcome’ tab.

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Background


The Old Noarlunga swing bridge on Paringa Parade was destroyed in spring floods last year. Without the pedestrian bridge access to the Onkaparinga River National Park, it has been difficult for local residents and other park users. The Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources has investigated a number of design and construction options to restore access to the park. A truss bridge has been identified as the most suitable option in regards to durability, flood resistance, appearance and cost.

Technical work for the design of the bridge has been completed and now it’s time to decide on what it will look like. We are seeking feedback on the aesthetic features of the bridge including type and material of the balustrade and decking, colours for the structure and ideas on how to incorporate heritage elements into the new truss bridge.

Click here to view the artist's impression (3.35MB) and aerial photo – site plan (2.17MB).