The Waters of Western Port Bay

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The Waters of Western Port Bay

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The Waters of Western Port Bay

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.

  • Warneet North Jetty (Warneet North Jetty, The Waters of Western Port Bay)

    Warneet North Jetty Closed

    Warneet North Jetty is closed until further notice after inspections determined the structure is not safe for public use. Parks Victoria and partner agencies are undertaking a broader planning project for the jetty which will determine the future vision for the precinct. 
    Nearby piers to fish from include Warneet South Jetty and Tooradin Jetty.

  • Warneet South Jetty (The Waters of Western Port Bay, Warneet South Jetty)

    Warneet South Jetty partially closed

    Warneet South Jetty is partially closed until further notice after inspections determined areas of the structure are not safe for public use. The public are unable to access the southern timber section of the pier head. Access to the pontoon is still available. Parks Victoria and partner agencies are undertaking a broader planning project for the jetty which will determine the future vision for the precinct. 

  • Flinders Jetty (Flinders Jetty, The Waters of Western Port Bay)

    Flinders Jetty - partial closure of timber section

    The timber inner section of Flinders Pier (approx. 180 metres) is closed until further notice following an engineering assessment that deemed it unsafe for access. The remainder of the pier, including the pier head, is open for walking, boating and fishing activities. Learn more here.

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