Sydney’s Coastal Walkway will be detoured around pinch points at Gordons Bay and Lurline Bay as part of changes in place for the Easter long weekend commencing Friday 10 April 2020.
The Coastal Walkway along the Randwick City coastline remains open to encourage exercise, but both Gordons Bay (Located between Coogee and Clovelly) and Lurline Bay (located at Maroubra) will no longer be accessible.
Randwick Council staff wearing blue ‘spread kindness not germs’ tshirts will be out in numbers to advise people about the diversions and to encourage people to maintain social distancing when exercising.
Local residents are encouraged to exercise in their local neighbourhood rather than travelling to popular destinations and walking tracks like the Coastal Walkway.
The general COVID-19 advice is to:
- stay home as much as possible;
- if you have to leave home for essential reasons, stay at least 1.5m away from others; and
- continue to undertake good hygiene practices such as hand washing;
Council’s western walking track through the Malabar Headland National Park will also close inline with the closure of the Kamay Botany Bay National Park. Signage for an alternative walking route will be put in place to connect Malabar with Maroubra for walkers.
The following closures are also in place until further notice:
- All beaches
- All ocean pools
- All playgrounds, outdoor gyms, basketball courts, skateparks and kids bike tracks
- Des Renford Leisure Centre
- Randwick Council libraries
- Council’s Customer Service Centre
For more information and the latest information about how coronavirus is affecting Randwick City visit www.randwick.nsw.gov.au/coronavirusBack to top