Lyall Bay

Find out more about the work going on in Lyall Bay during 2017/18.

Old Lyall Bay Club House demolition

Preliminary work has started on the old Lyall Bay surf club, in preparation for its demolition which is due to start within a fortnight. This project is happening as the old building is in a bad state of repair, and Lyall Bay surf club now has a new home in the nearby purpose-built clubrooms. A traffic management plan is in place, including temporary alternative routes for pedestrians when required.

Map showing the different locations of the restoration work in Lyall Bay.

Map showing the different locations of the restoration work in Lyall Bay

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Restoration work in Lyall Bay has focussed on protecting and enhancing the beach with an extended wall, planting the dunes, updating the playground, replacing the surf clubhouse, redesigning Surfers Corner carpark, and armouring Dorrie Leslie Park with a new rock wall.

The playground was renewed in 2018.

Surf Life Saving Club

The Surf Life Saving Club is building a new, purpose-built clubhouse that includes public toilets for people using the beach. The Council contributed $1 million to the project. It is close to completion.

Visit Lyall Bay Surf Life Saving Club's website for information about the new clubhouse.

Restoring and strengthening Lyall Bay Beach

We have worked on parts of Lyall Bay beach to make sure this valuable recreational area is protected against future storms.

More information on this project: Restoring and strengthening Lyall Bay Beach