The PHRCA Committee would like to once again thank VMR and MBRC for supporting the Pacific Harbour Santa Lolly Run. Below are a few photos of the team effort.
Decorated Boats: 1st: Cathy & Mark Orr 2nd: Tony & Robin Jamieson 3rd : David & Megan Dreverman “Sweetwater” House lights: 1st: Helen O’Brien – Teal Blvd 2nd: Ailsa & Jeff Lauchlan 3rd: Karen & David Alexandra
An evening procession of decorated boats will make their way in the Pacific Harbour canals to view the magnificent Christmas Lights house displays on Saturday 15th December. Prizes will be presented the following day at VMR for the best Christmas Lights house display and best decorated boat commencing at 4.30pm. Many residents and guests participate either […]
The seating, bike racks, bins and BBQ have been installed. Unfortunately there has been a hiccup with Unity Water and the amenities have now been delayed until January 2019. The walkways have been opened so that the public can walk along the pathways. However, we ask that you please be mindful that […]
Garden edge repair on Marina Blvd – 26.7.18 Bird Hide gutter repair – 23.7.18 Graffiti removal easement The Quay – 2.7.18 Sinkhole easement Raptor Pde – 16.7.18 Street Tree trimmed Raptor Pde – 6.7.18 Water pooling against garden edge Sunset Park cleared – 17.7.18 Dead Tree removed Beaufort Circuit walk through – 21.7.18 Pot hole […]
Another 2430 plants have been added to the street gardens on Osprey Island commencing on 27th November 2018. Over the years some residents have added their own plants to some of these gardens, and unfortunately those deemed unsuitable, such as yucca and agave had to be removed as part of this stage of planting so as to […]
You may have noticed that a contractor is digging up some of the paths in Marina Boulevard Park (opposite North Point). A section of the concreted area leading to the shelter is being replaced with new exposed aggregate, due to the old paths becoming uneven and a trip hazard. The work commenced 13 November and should […]
The park should be nearing completion by 15th December 2018. Unfortunately there has been a delay with the delivery of the playground equipment, which will not be installed until the end of January 2019.
Remember those oysters growing in baskets hanging off pontoons? In December last year, they were deployed in a research project involved in shellfish reef restoration in our own back yard. As you head north, out of the Pacific Harbour canals, a trial area has been set up to see which methods of shellfish reef restoration […]
There has been some delays in finishing the connection bridges. These should now be opened by the end of October. Amenities and playground equipment is expected to be installed in November. We will update as the information is available. Shelter