St Leonards Jetty and Breakwater


St Leonards Jetty and Breakwater


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St Leonards Jetty and Breakwater

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St Leonards Jetty 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.

  • St Leonards Pier (Local Port of Port Phillip, St Leonards Jetty and Breakwater)

    St Leonards Pier - no swimming or snorkelling beneath pier or piles

    In the interest of public safety Parks Victoria recommends that divers, snorkelers and swimmers do not dive beneath the concrete pier and its piles.

    This is due to observed deterioration of concrete on the underside of the deck of St Leonards Pier.  This deterioration can result in possible concrete spalling into the water.
    Signage will be displayed on site to notify members of the public of this hazard.
    Parks Victoria will continue to monitor the condition of the pier and advise stakeholders of any further change in condition.

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