Middle Brighton Pier and Breakwater


Middle Brighton Pier and Breakwater


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Middle Brighton Pier and Breakwater

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Middle Brighton Pier and Breakwater

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Middle Brighton Pier (Local Port of Port Phillip, Middle Brighton Pier and Breakwater)

    Middle Brighton Breakwater is closed

    The Middle Brighton Breakwater has been closed for public safety.  
    There is a fence at the start of the breakwater preventing access.

    The breakwater may collapse without warning.
    Engineering assessments have determined the steel reinforcement of the concrete decking has failed and the concrete decking is not supported by the rock wall.
    The area extends from the marina's hardstand entrance to the asphalt topped breakwater.
    It is dangerous and structurally unsafe for walking and/or driving.

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