Frankston Pier Upgrades

Work is underway to repair and improve Frankston Pier. Once complete, the pier will provide improved public access out onto the bay, views of Frankston waterfront and the city skyline and a new disability compliant ramp to a lower landing.  

Latest news

July 2020 - Frankston Pier is temporarily closed to allow for repair works to be completed. The pier will remain closed until mid-August to allow for 62 piles to be driven along the main section of the pier. Parks Victoria recognises that Frankston Pier is an important focal point and recreational space for the local community and is working to minimise the impact of the works and associated closure.

Project duration and key dates

Works commence – April 2020 (after Easter)
Works complete – August 2020

Project funding

$670,000 as part of the State Government's Better Recreational Facilities program

Key information

Works will include
• Rebuilding the pier head with new piles and structural timbers
• A new Disability Discrimination Act compliant ramp will be installed to southern section of the lower landing, meaning better access for a broader section of the community.

Access to the pier 

• During construction access to the pier may be restricted

Other information

Parks Victoria is the Local Port Manager for Port Phillip, Western Port and Port Campbell, with the three local ports combined receiving approximately 80 million visits a year, and include 263,000 hectares of waterway, marine protected areas, channels, piers and jetties, moorings and aids to navigation.

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