TREE PRUNING AND PATHWAY RE-SEAL FOR SCHUHKRAFT PARK

A crew from Council’s Environmental Services Department will be selectively pruning some on the trees lining a section of the Turtle Trail from near McCavanagh Street alignment to the timber bridge over the creek at Surf Rider’s Lookout over the next few days (see aerial image below).

The work is in preparation of an asphalt re-seal of this popular section of pathway which is in need of some TLC and which is expected to be carried out in the next couple of weeks. The job should only take half a day but it will likely cause some minor diversions for pedestrians.

I’ll post another advice when the re-surfacing date is finalised but at this stage I just wanted to let people know why some minor pruning will be taking place.

Schuhkraft Park

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