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Design for outer section of Mornington Pier

Design for outer section of Mornington Pier

Photo by: Parks Victoria

Tender advertised for the next stage of Mornington Pier Upgrade

Thursday 8 August, 2013

Parks Victoria has called for tenders to reconstruct the outer section of one of Victoria’s most popular recreational boating, fishing and sightseeing assets Mornington Pier this week.

The design for the outer section of pier and wave protection will ensure that this iconic pier will continue to provide a destination for the local residents and visitors to Mornington for many years.

The reconstruction of the outer section of the pier includes new wave screens, timber decking, low landings and other improvements.

Access to the work site will be restricted during the construction period, which is likely to start in late 2013 and be completed in late 2014, subject to weather and contractor availability. Anglers are advised to fish from Fisherman’s Pier or other piers and jetties during this time.

Visit the Mornington Pier Reconstruction and Wave Protection Works page for more information on the project, including conceptual imagesof the outer section.



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