Each year, between May and September, divers descend on Whyalla in South Australia to experience nature at its best: the spawning migration of the Giant Australian cuttlefish.

However, for many years the divers have been complaining about the entry point at Point Lowly, claiming they have nowhere to prepare for the dive, sometimes damaging equipment whilst entering or exiting the water.

With this in mind, the City of Whyalla decided to do something about the problem and chose to build a boardwalk into the sea. After considering several products, the council decided to use Enduroplanksā„¢ and Maritime bollards for their longevity, minimal maintenance and easy installation. As you can see, this project has been an outstanding success.