• $760,000
    Invested

The O'Sullivan Beach Coast Park trail (approximately 600m) will link with the completed Christies Beach trailhead, providing a critical link between the Christies Beach section and Port Stanvac.

The project involves construction of the shared-use path and supporting infrastructure, such as seats, shelters, signage and lighting.

This project is delivered through local council.

Total investment: $760,000 ($380,000 in state government grants)

Project start:
May 2020
Expected completion:
October 2020
Current status:
Completed

Coast park leading up the hill to Mentone Parade carpark - before the project. Image credit: City of Onkaparinga

Coast park leading up the hill to Mentone Parade carpark - after completion. Image credit: City of Onkaparinga

Path winding along the coast - before the project. Image credit: City of Onkaparinga

Path winding along the coast - after completion. Image credit: City of Onkaparinga

Trail leading down to the O'Sullivan Beach boat ramp - before the project. Image credit: City of Onkaparinga

Trail leading down to the O'Sullivan Beach boat ramp - after completion. Image credit: City of Onkaparinga

Path next to the O'Sullivan Beach boat ramp - before the project. Image credit: City of Onkaparinga

Path next to the O'Sullivan Beach boat ramp - after completion. Image credit: City of Onkaparinga

Seating at the Mentone Parade carpark. Image credit: City of Onkaparinga

Shelter 1 before the ascent to Mentone Parade carpark. Image credit: City of Onkaparinga

Shelter 2 at the Mentone Parade carpark. Image credit: City of Onkaparinga