Visitor Information Centre & Cafe / Restaurant
Works within the project include the following:
The development is a new waterfront restaurant, commercial shop spaces and Visitor Information Centre with all abilities access to the Murray River via the new levee spine path.
The construction of the building is aimed at attracting industry investment and new tourism product and services to the area.
The ground floor layout comprises of two commercial spaces separated by a shared public circulation space, a lift space, a space for the Visitor Information Centre and two public toilets. The public circulation space could also be used for outdoor dining in times of bad weather, winter rains and/or summer heat.
Each of the ground floor space comprises of its own facilities and amenities for the shop tenancy only.
The level 1 layout comprises of the Restaurant component combining the internal tenancy shop floor/dining, lift, services/amenities including patrons use and accessible facilities, outdoor dining, mechanical and waste storage, and public circulation space totaling 754m2.
Funding: The Tocumwal Foreshore revitalisation project / Murray River Experience is proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Albury City Council, Berrigan Shire Council and Federation Council.