Goolwa Surf Life Saving Club

Significant car parks works commence 4 December 2018

The construction of the new Goolwa Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) facility commenced at the beginning of August this year and has progressed quickly, thanks to prefabricated panels and favourable weather conditions, significant development has been achieved.

Signifying an important milestone for project partners, substantial excavation works will commence adjacent to the facility on Tuesday 4 December 2018, to allow for the installation of key infrastructure components to service the building.

The works involve the installation of a 20,000 litre wastewater holding tank, grease arrestor and new council wastewater pump station chamber. Performing these works simultaneously will increase project efficiencies and reduce overall inconvenience for the community and visitors alike.

While the works are undertaken, access to the beach car park will remain open, however traffic restrictions will be in place to ensure the work can be performed safely and efficiently. During this time, the café at Goolwa Beach will be open as normal and Goolwa SLSC will continue to perform their surf life-saving patrols.

These excavation works are expected to be completed by Wednesday 19 December 2018, with the carpark back to full operation on Thursday 20 December 2018, ahead of the upcoming Christmas season.

Visit the Goolwa Surf Life Saving Club project page for further information.