We've completed major projects to reinvent and reinvigorate our City and services.
Redeveloping our Waste Management Centre
The $2.4 million Beverley Waste Transfer Station redevelopment project was completed in 2018 and is now fully operational and open to the public.
The Beverley Recycling & Waste Centre has:
- a new disposal area
- a sort 'n save recycling process
- improved way finding
- better customer service
- increased site safety
- compliance with Environmental Protection Authority
- compliance with Work Health and Safety requirements
Learn more about the Beverley Recycling and Waste Centre
Point Malcolm Reserve - $1.2million
We completely reinvented Point Malcolm Reserve upgrade in a project that was completed at the end of 2017.
The upgrade reserve now has:
- a junior play space (2 to 6 year olds)
- a senior play space (7 to 15 year olds)
- coastal themed nature play area with creek and sandpit
- improved BBQ and picnic facilities
- new full size basketball court with lights
- more chances to play casual sport with a soccer field
- better paths for walking and cycling
- improved outdoor learning space with amphitheatre
- new entry signage and artwork
The State Government contributed $200,000 to the project.
Learn more about Point Malcolm Reserve
Reducing Flooding Port Road Drainage Project (Stage 1 & 2)
Stage 1 and 2 of the Port Road Drainage Project is now complete. The City of Charles Sturt is now focusing on the next area of flood mitigation – the Port Road median from Park Street South to Minnie Street in Stage 3. These works will extend the benefits realised in Stage 1 and 2 of the Port Road Drainage Project.
The Port Road Drainage Project is designed to help reduce the risk of flooding on Port Road.
Stage 1 and 2 are completed, and we are now at Stage 3 of the project. This stage works on the median strip and runs between Park Street South to Minnie Street. This part of the project extends on the work done in previous stages.
Learn more about current works and the background of Port Road Drainage Stage 3.
MJ McInerney Reserve - $723K
We upgraded MJ McInerney Reserve in Kilkenny to help create a better, more interactive reserve for surrounding suburbs.
The upgrade began in October 2018 and was completed in August 2019.
The new features include:
- upgraded timber play space with nature and water play
- more picnic facilities
- new and upgraded paths
- better reserve furniture
- event space
- turf irrigation
- toilet block
- basketball court
- skate park
West Beach Road Project - $6,182,870
West Beach Road is an important gateway to our City that gives access between Adelaide Airport, Harbour Town Precinct, West Beach Parks precinct (previously Adelaide Shores) and the western coastal area and suburbs.
Since 2013, this project has undergone an extensive public consultation strategy involving the City of Charles Sturt and the City of West Torrens, West Beach Parks, Adelaide Airport Limited and the West Beach Community Reference Group (CRG).
Learn more about the West Beach Road Streetscape Upgrade Project.