Due to the sensitive nature of the site in which the team from Kembla were working, extensive environmental planning was completed before work started. In the major efforts to investigate the site, many visits were conducted involving intense bushwalking and scaling cliffs.
To enable access to the site, a set of scaffold towers were erected from a fire trail, down the cliff-side to the site below. The scaffolding took over eight days to set up. Once in place, Kembla moved equipment and machinery to the site via a pulley system. Additional scaffolding was also used as a staircase to gain physical access to the site.