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Road works at Gallipoli during rest of 2011


Chris_Baker

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From CWGHC, 27 July 2011:

27/07/2011 ROAD WORKS ON GALLIPOLI PENINSULA

Gallipoli Access 2011

Over the coming months, a program of works will be conducted along Anzac Cove including the construction of a concrete gravity sea wall along the back of the beach through Anzac Cove which will protect the area and nearby headland cemeteries from the impact of the sea. The surface of the road above Anzac Cove will also be upgraded with proper drainage installed, and the surrounding land side slope will be landscaped.

These works will be carried out between July and December 2011. During this period there will be some disruption to access to the Anzac Commemorative site and surrounding roads.

From July until 8 October 2011 visitor access in the following areas will be affected:

Visitor access to the Anzac Commemorative Site (ACS) will be possible only via the northern entrance on roads through Bigali and Buyukanafarta villages.

There will be no visitor access along Anzac Cove Road to Brighton Beach Cemetary, Shrapnel Valley, Plugge’s Plateau, Anzac Cove and Ari Burnu. Shell Green will still be accessible via Artillery road from Lone Pine.

Second Ridge road will remain open to visitor access from Kabetepe with access to Lone Pine, The Nek and Chunuk Bair.

From 8 October until 2 December visitor access will be affected in the following areas:

There will be no visitor access to the ACS, Canterbury Cemetery, Commonwealth War Graves Commission cottages, No.2 Outpost Cemetery, New Zealand No. 2 Outpost Cemetery and Embarkation Pier.

Visitor access will be opened along Anzac Cove Road (from Kabatepe direction) to Brighton Beach Cemetery, Shrapnel Valley, Plugge’s Plateau, Anzac Cove, Ari Burnu and Shell Green.

Second Ridge road will remain open to visitor access (from Kabetepe direction), including to notable locations such as Lone Pine, The Nek and Chunuk Bair.

From 2 December until 27 December visitor access will be affected in the following areas:

Visitor access to notable locations along Anzac Cove Road from Embarkation Pier to Brighton Beach (including the ACS, Ari Burnu and Beach Cemetary) will be possible only via the northern entrance on roads through Bigali and Buyukanafarta villages.

Second Ridge road will remain open to visitor access (from Kabetepe direction), including to notable locations such as Lone Pine, The Nek and Chunuk Bair.

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