Workshops Site (Williamstown Workshop, Piers & Stony Creek Backwash)


Workshops Site (Williamstown Workshop, Piers & Stony Creek Backwash)

Seaworks manages the Workshop site which promotes Victoria’s maritime history in Williamstown. The site is a working port and Melbourne’s key mooring site for visiting local and international tall ships and other historic vessels. Seaworks provides a place for recreational, educational, tourism, cultural and commercial activities, attracting Victorian, interstate and overseas visitors.
The Seaworks precinct is a magnificent setting already in demand for a diverse calendar of cultural, food and wine, and vibrant events that engage and resonate with the broader community across metropolitan Melbourne. It is also a working waterfront that should provide long term berthing options for local commercial operators as well as able to support the demand for high profile vessels and international maritime events

The precinct is open to the public and covers some 2.7 hectares and includes historic buildings recognised by Heritage Victoria and the National Trust, piers, jetties, slipways and large open spaces.

How to get there

Workshops Site (Williamstown Workshop, Piers & Stony Creek Backwash)


Boat Ramp

Need to know

Workshops Site (Williamstown Workshop, Piers & Stony Creek Backwash)

Warnings & Restrictions


Dogs are allowed but must be on a leash


  • No camping
  • No fires permitted
  • No swimming
  • Restricted opening hours


  • Terrain hazards
    • Uneven ground
  • Other warnings
    • Vehicles

Be Prepared

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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.

Boyd Pier and Commissioner's Jetty Closure

Boyd Pier and Commissioner's Jetty have been closed, and all berthing is prohibited.

Additionally, there is no public access permitted on the wharves, and access in the waters between the heads of the two piers is prohibited.

There is no expected date for re-opening of the areas. If you require further information, please contact Seaworks.

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