Woody Point Jetty

Woody Point is a suburb at the southern end of the Redcliffe Peninsula. The Woody Point Jetty was constructed in 1882.

The original jetty was condemned and in 2009 the Jetty was up-graded. The jetty is made from 80 per cent recycled material and is built in the footprint of the previous structure to minimise environmental impact. The use of recycled timber has not only reduced waste, but has helped to maintain the jetty’s original character.

The 230 metre-long jetty is a pedestrian structure built for recreation. The six metre-wide deck provides for fishing and boat docking. (ref http://www.hassellstudio.com)

Woody Point Jetty

Woody Point Jetty

Woody Point Jetty

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4 Responses to Woody Point Jetty

  1. Beautiful photos!

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  2. Great photos Kristin. Phil

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