Fencing work to begin

Related to the Stockton Land Restoration project Published 19 June 2020

Work will soon begin to construct a chain-mesh fence around the southern portion of land. This land was previously a council landfill site and is being restored and planted with native species. It's necessary to protect the area, especially while the new native plants are establishing.


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Learn more about: Tank traps re-located to protect land and improve security
6 July 21

Tank traps re-located to protect land and improve security

Some of the concrete tank traps, removed from the shoreline in October 2020, have been relocated toward the front of Hunter Water’s land along Fullerton Street, Stockton.

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Learn more about: World War II tank trap removal
9 October 20

World War II tank trap removal

Over the past two weeks we have removed most of the concrete World War II tank traps from our section of the shoreline at Stockton beach.

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Learn more about: Work commences on sand container seawall at Stockton
4 January 19

Work commences on sand container seawall at Stockton

Hunter Water has commenced construction of a large sand container seawall to protect its site at Stockton from coastal erosion.

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