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Mordialloc Pier, January 2013 (Photo: Elizabeth Gleeson)

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Location: Mordialloc Pier

Mordialloc Pier, January 2013 (Photo: Elizabeth Gleeson)

3 years ago from Unknown LDAP UserParks Victoria

Location: Mordialloc Pier

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  • The existing wave baffles system at Mordialloc Creek’s entrance will be replaced from August and October 2016.  To ensure public safety, the creek banks will not be accessible for fishing during the works period. Nearby locations for fishing include the Mordialloc, Seaford and Frankston Piers. Partial closure of the creek for navigation may be required to ensure vessel and contractor safety during the works period.  at Mordialloc Pier
    Thursday 18 August, 2016 |
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Area
15ha

Mordialloc Pier extends 174 metres into Port Phillip, providing opportunities for fishing, temporary berthing or a pleasant walk with panoramic views.

Located near to Beach Rd, the pier is a fishing hotspot. It is particulary good for Yellow-eye mullet and Australian Salmon, with the peak season being from March to September. Other species that can be caught include: squid, snapper, flathead, silver trevally, garfish, King George whiting, leatherjacket and bream. 

Alongside the pier runs the Mordialloc Creek which also offers fishing opportunities.

Nearby foreshore reserves offer parking, toilets, playground, picnic and barbeque facilities.

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