Narrabeen paths and trail network improve beachside mobility
Along South Creek Road Storm provided all the civil investigation and design for a shared trail that meanders through urban and creekside landscapes.
Storm has worked with Warringah Council on three projects which are all part of a network of walking and shared cycle trails through the beachside suburbs of Cromer and Narrabeen.
At Dee Why Creek, Storm designed a shared trail passing through a reserve and connecting to Cromer Park. The civil design of the path was undertaken in conjunction with a creek and wetland rehabilitation project for Dee Why Creek which looks absolutely fantastic. One resident said “it is a fantastic space to let her dog off-leash without concern for his safety”.
Along South Creek Road Storm provided all the civil investigation and design for a shared trail that meanders through urban and creekside landscapes. A wheelchair confined resident stated that “the path allows me to pass through areas that were previously boggy and impassable” and that she “loves it”.
Storm also provided design and construction input to a shared boardwalk path that runs along the edge of Narrabeen Lagoon. This is an absolutely wonderful and very popular path winding through significant trees and providing excellent views across iconic Narrabeen Lagoon.
Congratulations to Warringah Council on these excellent access and mobility path networks.