Perth to redevelop waterfront
The city of Perth, Western Australia, will embark on a US$440 million redevelopment of its waterfront area. According to a PerthNow report, the three-year, 1.5-hectare project will include a new waterfront promenade as its main feature, along with pedestrian and cycle bridges, cafes, bars and restaurants. The project adds to the city’s existing CityLink plan, which aims to create a new retail and residential zone in the heart of the city. Christine McLean, Managing Director of the Perth Convention Bureau, said the new developments would help boost tourism to the WA state capital.
“The waterfront project heralds the start of a development phase that is critical to Western Australia’s future