A new boardwalk at Kennedy Drive in Tweed Heads, Queensland, has improved safety for both pedestrians and cyclists travelling between the river and the main road.

Replas recycled-plastic decking provides a non-slip surface for the shared pathway and offers safe refuge points to cross the road. The elegant hand rail was constructed using Replas 125 mm square bollards combined with stainless steel wire through the posts.

Construction will soon commence on a $1.1 million extension to the pathway from the Kennedy Drive Boat Ramp to Kennedy Plaza, providing pedestrians and cyclists with a scenic, but safe road corridor.