Individuals, groups and businesses can make an application
900 tonnes of salvaged timber assessed, sized and graded for reuse
Timber will be gifted to projects with a demonstrated community benefit
Timber salvaged from the $4.2 million partial deconstruction of the historic One Mile Jetty at Carnarvon is now available to individuals, groups and businesses seeking to repurpose it for use in the local community, and elsewhere.
The jetty suffered significant damage during last year's Tropical Cyclone Seroja, resulting in a recommendation to remove all but the first 400 metres of the structure due to the risk to safe navigation.
Since the Department of Transport (DoT) completed the partial deconstruction of the jetty late last year, approximately 900 tonnes of salvaged timber have been assessed, sized and graded for appropriate reuse in the community.