Linear Park (Semaphore Park to West Lakes Shore) - Stage One plans finalised
Published Friday, 20 August 2021
Plans for a new 1.3 km section of Adelaide’s Coast Park shared-use pathway, from Third Ave Semaphore Park, to the northern edge of the Wara Wayingga-Tennyson Dunes Conservation Reserve, have been finalised.
This follows a detailed review of feedback provided through consultation undertaken in 2020 and the subsequent establishment of a Linear Park by the Minister for Planning.
The Department for Infrastructure and Transport will manage the project delivery, working with the community and local residents to ensure there are minimal local impacts.
The design and location of the pathway have been carefully considered to minimise the impact on the dune system, native vegetation and fauna habitat, as well as local residents. Construction timelines are yet to be finalised but works are expected to start early next year.
The pathway will be a hard surface, consistent with other sections of Coast Park, to ensure access for everyone who wants to enjoy it.
Coast Park has been progressively implemented by State Government and local councils since 1992 and the section between Grange and Semaphore Park is one of the few remaining links still to complete.
Plans for a possible Linear Park Stage Two and shared-use path from the southern edge of the Wara Wayingga-Tennyson Dunes Conservation Reserve to Terminus Street, Grange are still under consideration. If considered a viable option, it will be subject to further public consultation.
- Media Release
- Project Brochure - Coast Park Stage One, Semaphore Park to West Lakes Shore (PDF, 3084 KB)
- Long Plan – showing the Coast Park shared-use path design for Coast Park Stage One (PDF, 3340 KB)
The Minister for Planning and Local Government is proposing to establish a Linear Park under the Linear Parks Act 2006.
View the Notice of a Proposed Linear Park, Grange to Tennyson.