Moreton Bay Regional Council will begin works on the first week of February on the Bongaree Jetty upgrade.
Division 1 Councillor Brooke Savige said from February 5, crews would begin replacing the aging timber deck with a sturdy, weather-proof decking and carry out important maintenance following a bumper summer season.
“The Bongaree jetty is one of the island’s best spots to visit and cast a line, and after a busy school holiday period and great Australia Day event, work crews will now get to upgrading this popular facility,” Cr Savige said.
“Parts of the jetty will get a fresh lick of paint and crews will carry out minor maintenance on the pontoons and rails.
Cr Savige said the jetty would need to be closed to public and boat access for the duration of works.
“If you find yourself near the jetty works, please follow any instructional signage and heed the safety advice of crews as they work to improve this popular attraction.
“I want to thank everyone ahead of the project beginning for their patience, so crews can get stuck into the work and keep the jetty in tip-top shape for all to enjoy.”
Works are expected to be complete early May, weather permitting.