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Fraser Coast Emergency Access Ramp

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Fraser Coast Regional Council was looking for a sustainable alternative and chose APR Composites material as a solution for the replacement of the Alexander Street Emergency Ramp for Vehicle and Pedestrian access. The existing timber ramp had been damaged by storms.

APR Composites modular panels and marine grade SS wire fastenings were used to build a heavy duty vehicle access ramp. A slip resistance coating was was applied to the surface of the panels.  The flexible ladder design allowing movement with each panel spaced with gaps between material.

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Esplanade, Hervey Bay Queensland 4655

Weather in Urangan, QLD

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80°F

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About Urangan, QLD

Urangan is a coastal suburb of Hervey Bay in the Fraser Coast Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census Urangan had a population of 9,764 people. == Geography == The locality is bounded to the north by Hervey Bay (the bay not the town, 17.8167°S 108.1565°E / -17.8167; 108.1565 (Hervey Bay)) and to the east by the northern end of the Great Sandy Strait (and beyond it, Fraser Island).Dayman Point is a headland (25.2843°S 152.9050°E / -25.2843; 152.9050 (Dayman Point))Shelly Beach is a beach that extends into neighbouring Torquay (25.2816°S 152.8828°E / -25.2816; 152.8828 (Shelly Beach)).Urangan Boat Harbour is a harbour (25.2958°S 152.9105°E / -25.2958; 152.9105 (Urangan Boat Harbour)).In the far south west of the suburb is the single runway Hervey Bay Airport. == History == The name Urangan is derived from Kabi language, either from the word yuangan meaning dugong, or yerengen meaning small shell fish.The local landmarks of Dayman Spit and Dayman Point were named after Lieutenant Joseph Dayman of the Royal Navy. Dayman was the first European to navigate through the Great Sandy Strait on 10 November 1846 in a small decked boat called the Asp. It had been intended that Dayman rendezvous with HMS Rattlesnake but that ship had already departed. Dayman decided it was safer to take the Asp through the Great Sandy Strait instead rather than risk taking the route by the ocean side of Fraser Island as he wanted to avoid rounding the Breaksea Spit.Urangan State School opened circa 1890 and closed in 1915.The Hervey Bay railway line from Maryborough passed through the suburb, terminating at the Urangan Pier. The line reached Pialba on 18 December 1896. However, construction of the extension to Urangan did not commence immediately as the original plan had been for the Vernon Coal and Railway Company to construct that section of the line to transport Burrum coal to the pier. However, the company did not build the line.

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Bus Stop in Pier Street East at Hibiscus Street Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

Bus Stop in Boat Harbour Drive at Elizabeth Street Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

Bus Stop in Pier Street at Hibiscus Street Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

Bus Stop in Pilot Street at Shell Street Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

Bus Stop in Boat Harbour Drive at Caringa Street Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

Bus Stop in Boat Harbour Drive at Hansen Street Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

Bus Stop in Robertson Street at Hammon Street Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

Bus Stop in Dayman Street at Pulgul Street Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

Bus Stop in Boat Harbour Drive at Riley Street Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

Bus Stop in Esplanade near Alexander St hail 'n' ride Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

Bus Stop in Pulgul Street at Dayman Street Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

Bus Stop in Aimee Drive at Twolyn Street Urangan, QLD to APR Composites

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Matthew Heinrich

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Very good, excellent range of products for multiple purposes, garden edging to fencing to decking, their product usage is only limited by imagination. Chances are they will have something that you'll use in your next building project.

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Cliff Pannell

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Sales manager (Graham) quickly addressed my on line question and helped me solve my rainwater tank needs. Thanks so much.

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