The historical timber main wharf at Pt Augusta was built in 1870 and has seen irregular and adhoc maintenance over the years.
In 2018, Magryn undertook a comprehensive assessment of the whole of the wharf, including timber decking, wharf substructure and timber support piles, both above and below water level.
This assessment showed that the wharf is in poor condition and urgently in need of maintenance and structural repair. A plan was formulated by Magryn to allow this project to be tackled over several years, with the most urgent areas of concern address first.
If these works are carried out it is anticipated that the historical wharf can be retained and used for recreational purposes of the community into the future.