Eikos Environment and Heritage has the experience and expertise to deliver sustainable solutions to manage foreshore erosion problems in lakes and estuaries in the Greater Sydney, Hunter and Mid-North Coast Regions. Our service balances great environmental outcomes with excellent amenity. We design environmentally friendly sea walls and incorporate existing structures where possible. We can provide you with approvals, environmental and development reports and lodge the development application on your behalf. We provide regular updates to keep you in the loop. We can also organise aquatic surveys, Aboriginal site surveys, construction, appropriate plantings of the correct species within the structure, site clean-up and monitoring and reporting.
Incorporating locally sourced natural materials such as sandstone, washed river stone, large woody debris and provenance tubestock, Eikos will transform your eroded foreshore into a priceless amenity that you and your family will enjoy for years to come.
Constructed to specific council guidelines, our sea walls are environmentally friendly and built to cope with storm events and predicted sea level rise. Our designs are site-specific and enable safe access to and from the shoreline. Our designs are built to be usable spaces incorporating native plants, shade trees, seating, steps, fencing and turfed areas as required. We encourage clients to be part of the design and planning process from the outset.
Foreshore restoration project – Sunshine, Lake Macquarie
The first photo shows active foreshore erosion at a property in Sunshine. We worked to restore the foreshore by creating sandstone steps to give access to the lake, a pebble beach, rock armouring and endemic plantings.
Eroded foreshore restoration – Lake Macquarie
These before and after pictures show work done on an eroded foreshore in Lake Macquarie. The environmentally friendly foreshore restoration combined increased stability, habitat and amenity. Construction completed by CiviLake.
Foreshore work – Lake Macquarie
This slope was retained by a tall concrete wall, cutting off access to the water and being undermined by wash – no habitat value and no access to the water. A new pebble beach cove was created which offers easy water access for the family.