Point Gellibrand Heritage Park


Point Gellibrand Heritage Park


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Point Gellibrand Heritage Park

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Point Gellibrand Heritage Park

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.

  • Point Gellibrand CHP (Point Gellibrand Heritage Park, Local Port of Port Phillip)

    Access Changes during Parks Victoria Seawall Repair Works: March - Mid 2023

    Construction works to repair the seawall at Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park are underway. During works, visitors should expect some disruption, with traffic management in place and detours and closures planned to manage the safety of visitors and workers.
    During your visit to Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park, you may experience the following impacts:
    1. Impacts to cyclists – shared path detours will be in place for safety
    2. Impacts to pedestrians – shared path detours will be in place for safety
    3. Impacts to vehicles – detours and traffic management will be in place
    4. Impacts to fishers - the Point Gellibrand lookout car park and surrounding area will be closed during repairs. An alternative location for land-based fishing is Ferguson Street Pier in Williamstown.
    For more information you can visit the Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park seawall repairs page, or call the Parks Victoria team on 13 19 63 or email us at engage@parks.vic.gov.au

    Mobil Maintenance Works on Battery Road: March - Mid 2023

    From March to mid 2023, Mobil will be completing maintenance works on Battery Road, Williamstown, adjacent to Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park. During this time, Battery Road will be closed to vehicles and bikes with detours and traffic management in place. Pedestrian access along the promenade may be limited at times. 

    For more information on these works, contact Mobil

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