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“Initial investment has seen public art, free
WiFi along the beach, and feature lighting.”
Drawing on Scarborough’s unique identity, the
Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA)
together with the City of Stirling is preparing for
a major revitalisation of the beachfront area to
create a more vibrant hub of activity.
A range of daytime and evening events and
activities will be on offer for people of all ages,
while the promise of new cafes, restaurants, shops
and bars – such as the Matisse Beach Club and
Rendezvous development – are already creating
a buzz in the local community.
MRA’s initial investment has seen the installation
of public art, free WiFi along the beach, feature
lighting and a funding boost for the City of Stirling’s
summer events program.
The State Government authority is working
on a draft masterplan for the project, which
will be released for public comment in 2014.
Major improvements in the area from the
masterplan are expected to include new pedestrian
promenades along the beachfront, a children’s
playground, landscaping and improvements to
beach access and parking.
The MRA will also be working with the private
sector and private landowners to bring more
residential, commercial and hotel options to the
area, thereby ensuring that Scarborough remains
one of the most popular beachfront destinations
in the country.
COST $60 million
Scarborough at sunset.
The Matisse Beach Club.
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