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Upgrades to SES carpark to help in emergency

Moore Park Beach SES carpark
Bundaberg Regional Council are upgrading the SES carpark at 134 Murdochs Road, Moore Park Beach after partnering with SES Support Grants.

Upgrades to the SES carpark at Moore Park Beach have started with the works aimed at ensuring better access for emergency services during all weather conditions.

Bundaberg Regional Council is upgrading the area at 134 Murdochs Road, Moore Park Beach after partnering with SES Support Grants.

Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) Chair Mayor Helen Blackburn said the dedication and expertise of the local SES groups was critical during times of crisis and the upgrade to access would be a benefit for the whole community.

“Our community’s resilience is greatly enhanced by local SES members, whose preparedness and swift actions help to keep our community safe,” she said.

“But the SES is more than just a response team, it is a group of dedicated local volunteers at the centre of our emergency management strategy, providing a great level of stability during times of disaster.

Mayor Blackburn said Council had partnered with SES Support Grants to enable access upgrades for two local groups, which also included the Childers SES depot.

Work is planned to commence early June and will be undertaken weekdays, during the hours of 7 am and 5 pm.

Weather permitting, work will be completed by the end of the month.

During construction, sections of the Murdochs Road will be subject to traffic management measures.

The site supervisor will liaise directly with affected businesses to facilitate property access during construction.

Bundaberg Regional Council is aware of the inconvenience road work can cause and thanks residents and road users in advance for their patience and co-operation.


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