The Jack Evans Boat Harbour, a kilometre long foreshore redevelopment, is Tweed Shire Council’s cornerstone to rejuvenating the CBD and long- term economic stability of the Tweed/Coolangatta area located on the Queensland and New South Wales border.
The community open space development has easilly accessible parklands featuring;
> safe and well lit beach decks, walkways and cycle-ways
> approx 2500m² of timber boardwalk varying from 3-10m in width
> sheltered swimming areas, and open play spaces
> 238 panel foreshore bank revetment and drainage amalgamation, with in-line filtration works to improve water quality in the harbour
> world class water sensitive urban design (WSUD) features, eliminating the need for irrigation
All aspects of the built environment has complimented the surrounding natural, cultural and built landscape while protecting and promoting the natural beauty and environment of the area.