Surfers Paradise property residents will be able to enjoy using the Beree Badalla boardwalk in Currumbin, after it gets reopened to the public this weekend (August 10).
The boardwalk has been out of action for some time while it was undergoing work to repair the damage caused by cyclone Oswald earlier this year.
The City of Gold Coast spent $250,000 to fix the boardwalk, which is a well-loved and popular piece of community infrastructure in the region.
"We want City of Gold Coast residents and visitors to have access to all the outdoor beauty that our City has to offer which is why it was important to restore one of the Gold Coast's most unique boardwalks," said Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate in an August 9 statement.
Locals that live in nearby Main Beach real estate can enjoy taking in the views of the mangroves that the boardwalk has to offer. It also makes a great regular walk for families to take, with the area a good spot for fishing and swimming.
The reopening ceremony will be hosted on Saturday August 10 at 14:00, with appearances from the mayor and local councillor Daphne McDonald.