Tapanappa Ridge Road Deep Creek
Neo has commenced works on the reconstruction of the Tapanappa Ridge Road within the popular Deep Creek National Park near Cape Jervis on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
This undulating narrow road will be upgraded to improve both the longitudinal geometrics (flattening steep sections) and increase the road width for safer access to the newly constructed lookout facility and camping grounds as well as better access for emergency response operations. The 4.5km road will have a significant pavement upgrade with the steeper sections sealed to improve traction. Drainage and runoff control will be constructed to quickly disperse stormwater from the pavement and its substructure to facilitate a significant reduction in ongoing maintenance and ensure the road can accommodate all weather access. Once completed, the new road will provide a much better visitor experience for the 150,000+ visitors that frequent the National Park yearly.
This project complements are recent projects in the area including the Normanville Foreshore upgrade, Normanville Caravan Park upgrade, Rapid Bay caravan park access upgrade, Waitpinga Road shoulder upgrades, Second Valley, Myponga and Normanville road and bridge reconstruction projects and our ongoing land development projects in Hayborough and Chiton.