Glebe Foreshore

Client: City of Sydney

Project Value: $8 Million

This project delivered a continuous foreshore promenade around the Glebe Peninsula extending over 2.2km and included the construction of a manmade beach and mangrove colony on the Rozelle Bay including the rehabilitation of the Bicentennial Park and the Blackwattle Bay Park extending through Glebe Point on to Blackwattle Bay. The project was seen as a resounding success by all the stakeholders and was awarded the CCF NSW Earth first prize for 2007 in the category for projects between $5 and $20 million


  • Boardwalks
  • Extensive landscape and planting, ground covers and salt marsh plants
  • Mangrove habitat
  • Recreational beach and craft launching area
  • Retaining Walls and Sea Walls
  • Paths and cycleways
  • Lighting and park furniture
  • Remediation of existing wetlands including sorting & removal of contaminated spoil & Hard & Soft Landscape works