Accessibility Information (For visitors with mobility limitations) Access to the Port Campbell Jetty is from Lord Street. The nearest parking to the jetty is parallel
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Port Campbell Jetty
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Change of conditions
- The lower landing of the jetty is temporarily closed from 10 February 2017 until late May 2017 (completion date is weather and tide dependant), to enable replacement of the existing lower landing. This is essential work that will greatly improve the safety and efficiency of the port. This closure will not impact the use of the crane to launch and retrieve boats into the bay, or any other activities on the upper landing.
at Port Campbell Jetty
Monday 13 February, 2017 |
(For visitors with mobility limitations)
Access to the Port Campbell Jetty is from Lord Street. The nearest parking to the jetty is parallel parking on Lord Street approximately 100 metres away. There are no designated disabled parking bays near the jetty. The service road to the jetty has a gate allowing authorised vehicles access only. Pedestrians can access the jetty by parking on Lord Street and using the pedestrian footpath down to the gate.
Once past the gate, visitors are required to use the sealed service road leading down to the jetty. This road has a slope of approximately 1:10, which is quite steep for manual wheelchairs.
The surface of the jetty is concrete with horizontal steel railing for safety fencing. There are steps for accessing the lower jetty platform.