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A monument commemorates the completion of the Ulladulla Harbour Improvement Works in 1964.
To improve the harbour for all its users, the Public Works Department started work on 1960 on two breakwaters which extended from the northern and southern headlands at the harbour entrance. These breakwaters whose design was assisted by model testing at the Public Works Depratment's Manly hydraulics laboratory, more than doubled the area of shelter in the harbour. The work was completed in 1964 at a total cost of $188,040.
|Address:||Burrill Street North & Crescent Street, Brodie Park, Ulladulla, 2539|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -35.352625|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Monday 2nd March, 1964|
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS N.S.W.
TO COMMEMORATE THE COMPLETION OF
ULLADULLA HARBOUR IMPROVEMENT WORKS
THIS PLAQUE WAS UNVEILED BY
THE HON.P.N.RYAN, M.L.A.
MINISTER FOR PUBLIC WORKS
ON 2nd MARCH. 1964.
R.A. Johnson B.A., L.L.B. F.W. Potter A.M.I.C.E.
Director of Public Works. Chief Engineer.