From the Mornington Peninsula News: The boardwalk is the result of a project envisioned by the Disabled Surfers Association Mornington Peninsula, the Point Leo Foreshore Committee and the Point Leo Surf Life Saving Club. The 82 metre long 'boardwalk' is made of fibreglass grating supported on a timber frame and poles. It crosses a gully between two sand dunes and passes through some coastal vegetation before arriving at the viewing platform overlooking the sea and beach. From Smith's Holiday Road Facebook This will make access to the surf and beach easier for everyone. From days at the beach with family, to people camping in Summer and of course the brilliant all abilities Surf Days by our friends at DSAMP. The boardwalk starts from the sealed path at the club down towards the surf. It doesn't go all the way to the water but it does allow easier access for beach wheelchairs. For someone like Coop he could transfer into a beach wheelchair at the club and leave his power wheelchair there. He could also walk along the boardwalk and then sit in a beach chair. It offers a chance for everyone to access the beach a little more easily.
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