A POPULAR North Beach swimming spot is set for a major revamp in a bid to save it from coastal erosion.
The City of Stirling is working on a plan that would replace a large section of dunes at Mettams Pool with a grassed area for picnics and activities.
Toilet facilities will be moved to this section and three sets of stairs and a ramp will give direct access to the beach.
But it comes at the cost of removing a large section of dunes and means less beach would be available throughout the year.
The City expects to have a concept design and costs presented to council following the October local government elections.
More on the plans here.
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