THE coastal entrance to Bomaderry has been given a spruce-up with Shoalhaven City Council planting 90 trees along Bolong Road.
The planting is part of the Bomaderry Town Entrance Improvement Program.
Tree planting has taken place on both sides of Bolong Road within the 60km/h speed zone between Hannigans Lane and the Meroo Road roundabout.
As part of the program, council has also installed a Bomaderry Village sign along the Bolong Road entrance to the township.
“The new works undertaken along Bolong Road have been designed to create a greater sense of arrival and improve the amenity for both locals and tourists using this coastal route,” Shoalhaven Mayor Joanna Gash said.
“Consideration was given when planting to maintaining current sight lines, safety and avoiding electricity, gas and water services during the selection of the location and size of plants.”
The four species planted along Bolong Road include brush box, evergreen ash, jacaranda and eucalyptus wildfire.