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New beach access ramp for all abilities at Port Broughton

Composites Project Details

DESCRIPTION
Barunga West Council has built a new access ramp at Port Broughton to provide visitor access to the beach this summer. Durable and low maintenance, APR Composites locally manufactured recycled material provided the perfect long-lasting solution able to withstand high tidal conditions.

LOCATION
West Terrace, Port Broughton

CONSTRUCTION
Built by I Construct SA | Project completion November 2022.

PROJECT FACTS

  • 2700 kg of reclaimed non-treated timber consumed
  • 2700 kg of recycled plastic consumed
  • = 70,000 x 2 litre plastic milk bottles
  • = 195 cubic metres of plastic diverted from landfill

 *all figures are approximate

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Weather in Port Broughton, SA

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About Port Broughton, SA

Port Broughton is a small South Australian town located at the northern extent of the Yorke Peninsula on the east coast of Spencer Gulf. It is situated about 170 km north-west of Adelaide, and 56 km south of Port Pirie. At the 2016 census, the town of Port Broughton had a population of 1,034.The close proximity to Adelaide (two hours' drive) makes it a popular tourist destination, with the number of people in town swelling to over 4000 in the summer holidays. == History == The land around Port Broughton was initially used for grazing, however the local conditions were unsuitable and the land was divided up into acre lots and sold. Port Broughton was surveyed in 1871 to service the surrounding wheat and barley growers on the recommendation of Captain Henry Dale. It is on a sheltered inlet called Mundoora Arm Inlet at the extreme northern end of Yorke Peninsula. The town is named after the Broughton River (named by Edward John Eyre after William Broughton), the mouth of which is about 40 kilometres (25 mi) north of the township. == Transport == Built in 1876, the 'T'-shaped jetty was serviced by an isolated 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) narrow gauge railway line from Mundoora, 16 km inland and uphill. The Port Broughton railway line, officially opened on 11 March 1876, brought the grain down to the port. Horses were used to tow the empty wagons uphill, but they were sent downhill powered only by gravity, with a driver to operate the brakes.

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Reviews for APR Composites Port Broughton, SA

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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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