Luna Park Wharf NSW, Australia (2010)

The NSW Government is undertaking the Sydney Commuter Wharf Upgrade Program, the first stage of which involves upgrades to 12 wharves over the next 4 years. The first upgrade was the Milsons Point Wharf, completed in December 2010. The NSW Government uses private sector contractors to deliver its commuter wharf maintenance and upgrade programs.

The NSW Government is undertaking the Sydney Commuter Wharf Upgrade Program, the first stage of which involves upgrades to 12 wharves over the next 4 years. The first upgrade was the Milsons Point Wharf, completed in December 2010. The NSW Government uses private sector contractors to deliver its commuter wharf maintenance and upgrade programs.

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