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Piers and jetties

Bluespotted Goatfish
from Victorian-Parks
Magpie Perch (Morwong)
from Victorian-Parks
Weedy Seadragon
from Victorian-Parks
Tankerton Jetty
from Wayne
San Remo Jetty - Phillip Is. in background
from Mr. Stylinghamm
San Remo Jetty & Fisherman's Co-op
from Mr. Stylinghamm
Trawlers at San Remo Jetty
from Mr. Stylinghamm
Fishing at Newhaven Jetty
from Mr. Stylinghamm
Newhaven Jetty
from Mr. Stylinghamm

The piers and jetties of Western Port are popular destinations for a range of activities including short walks, sightseeing and fishing. Strong tidal currents are common in many areas of Western Port so activities such as swimming and SCUBA diving are generally not recommended.

Some activities may be restricted in some areas so please check signs at individual locations.

Piers and jetties managed by Parks Victoria

  • Corinella Pier Located at the end of Peter Street, the Corinella Pier is a favourite fishing spot for anglers. Larger fish species such as gummy sharks, mulloway and elephant fish can be…

  • cowes-jetty

    Cowes Jetty Cowes Jetty on Phillip Island was built in 1870 and remains a focal point of the town of Cowes. It is flanked by sheltered beaches which are a popular attraction…

  • Flinders Jetty The Flinders Jetty is well known for the abundance of squid caught, especially during spring months. Numerous other species have been caught off this jetty, including: King George whiting, Australian…

  • Hastings Pier The Hastings Pier, located on Skinner Steet, provides many opportunities for angling. Most productive at high tide, those who are keen could expect to catch a variety of fish including:…

  • Rhyll Jetty Rhyll Jetty is located on Phillip Island on the coastal shores of Rhyll - a small, peaceful fishing village located at the north-eastern tip of Phillip Island

  • Tooradin Jetty Fish from Tooradin Jetty for species such as bream, silver trevally and King George whiting.

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