Lake Macquarie City Council starts work on $12 million Fernleigh Awabakal Shared Track

Sage Swinton
By Sage Swinton
Updated April 15 2021 - 1:24pm, first published 8:30am
WORKS: Parliamentary secretary for the Hunter Taylor Martin, Lake Macquarie mayor Kay Fraser and council's deputy CEO Tony Farrell. Picture: Marina Neil

Work has officially started on the "missing link" of shared pathway at the end of the Fernleigh Track, which is set to create a 27km active transport route from Adamstown to Murrays Beach.

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Sage Swinton

Sage Swinton

Journalist

Sage Swinton is a news reporter who was born and bred in the Hunter, where she has worked as a journalist for the past seven years. She's been with the Newcastle Herald since June 2020, and covers Newcastle council as well as other general news.

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