May 31, 2016

A planned upgrade to the entry point to the Hawkesbury River off Punt Road will make waterside living even better, says managing director of Johnson Property Group, Keith Johnson.

He says that Vermont has recently received DA approval from Hawkesbury Council for an upgrade to the entry point to the Hawkesbury River at the end of Punt Road.

“Plans are being finalised which include an off-street, dedicated car park with a pathway to the water,” he says.

“Boats will be able to be easily launched and trailers better accommodated for at the water’s edge.”

Mr Johnson says that drivers will be able to wait in the carpark rest area and check if the entry to the water is clear before driving onwards.

“The upgrade will feature lockable gates to close off access to Punt Road in the event of flooding,” he says.

“There will also be picnic tables and shelters among the landscaped areas and beside the water, with beautiful native plants to make this a special spot to start and finish your day on the river.”

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