Stage 3: Mt Martha to Elwood
Stage 3 is currently being implemented from Mt Martha to Elwood and is due for completion in early 2014.
The following areas have already been completed:
- Frankston & Davey's Bay
- Areas of the Cerberus Wreck and Half Moon Bay, Black Rock.
In water works are currently progressing from the southern end of the bay around to Elwood with land-based signs due for installation in early January.
Elwood to Mount Martha
The changes between Elwood and Mordialloc include:
- Revised Swimming Only Zone at Elwood, Brighton, Hampton and Sandringham Life Saving Clubs.
- Removal of No Personal Water Craft Zone north of Elwood Life Saving Club.
- Revised Shared Wind Sports Zones at Brighton and Hampton.
- Removal of Waterski Access Lane opposite Martin Street Brighton.
- Revised Swimming Only Zones at Half Moon Bay, Black Rock, Beaumaris, Mentone and Mordialloc Life Saving Clubs.
- Upgraded aids to navigation in the vicinity of the Cerberus wreck (Half Moon Bay) Black Rock.
- Upgraded aids to navigation at Mordialloc Creek entrance.
- Revised Boating Only Zone at Mordialloc Creek.
- Revised Waterski Access Lane at Mentone.
- Removal of No PWC (Personal Water Craft) Zones between Black Rock Point and Second Street, Black Rock and north of Mordialloc Life Saving Club.
- Removal of No Boating Zone opposite Herbert Street, Parkdale.
- Revised Swimming Only Zones at Aspendale, Edithvale, Chelsea and Bonbeachs.
- Revised Boating Only Zone at Patterson River.
- Upgraded aids to navigation at Patterson River entrance.
- Revised Shared Wind Sports Zone at Seaford.
- Removal of Sailboards Only Zone south of Frankston Pier.
- Removal of No Sailboards Zone south of Frankston Pier.
- Revised Swimming Only Zones at Daveys Bay, Mt Eliza and Mornington Life Saving Club.
- Removal of Waterski Access Lane at Mills Beach, Mornington.
- Revised Swimming Only Zones at Fishermans Beach, Mornington, Mt Martha and Mt Martha Life Saving Club.
- Removal of Waterski Access Lane at Coolangatta Rd, Mt Martha.
25 Mar 2014
Volunteers are helping to eradicate one of the state’s worst weeds from the Victorian Alps. Hawkweed is an extremely invasive member of the daisy family and is a State prohibited weed in Victoria. It has already caused major environmental damage in North America, Japan and New Zealand. Three species have…
5 Apr 2014 12:00am - 30 Apr 2014 12:00am
Award winning artist Minela Krupic is bringing her poignant and thought-provoking first solo exhibition Palimpsest to Point Nepean National Park. The Palimpsest exhibition explores the stories of migrants quarantined at Point Nepean through collected images of them. A palimpsest is a manuscript from which the text has been scraped or…
27 Apr 2014
Brimbank Park Running Festival will be held on the 27 April at Brimbank Park. This event has a specific focus on an outdoor healthy lifestyle and is inclusive of all levels and ages with a distance to suit everyone. You may choose to walk, run or a bit of both.…
27 Apr 2014 2:30pm-4:30pm
The Melbourne Tramways Band will be holding their "Spirit of Anzac" recitial at the open air bandstand in Wattle Park in Burwood (weather permitting). Mel 60 J3. Bring your own rug or chair. If a concert is to be cancelled, we will advise Parks Victoria by midday and you may…
30 Apr 2014 9:00am - 1 May 2014 7:30pm
The ideal conservation holiday for those looking for a physical challenge amongst some of the state's most picturesque surroundings. You will make a direct contribution to critical environmental science and park management, learn about the native species and the monitoring program, and experience the beautiful landscape of Point Nepean.
Looking for an exclusive, hands-on conservation experience? Join our Parks Vict...Looking for an exclusive, hands-on conservation experience? Join our Parks Victoria Rangers on an exciting Naturewise Eco Escape to Point Nepean National Park http://bit.ly/1l4Htjn Photo: ©Marko SanovicView post | Thu, 17 Apr 2014 11.23
Ranger Rodolfo recently enjoyed a day snorkelling at Point Cooke Marine Sanctuar...Ranger Rodolfo recently enjoyed a day snorkelling at Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary. It was a beautiful, warm day and the water was very still making it perfect for spotting these wonderful creatures. Rodolfo recommends visiting Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary and Point Cook Coastal Park which are located a short distance from Melbourne and are very popular for snorkelling, picnics, BBQ’s and family time.View post | Wed, 16 Apr 2014 17.06
Weedy Seadragon and Blue DevilThe Weedy Seadragon and Blue Devil are just some of the amazing marine life underneath the waves of Bells Beach. Local surfers helped get the Bells Beach Surfing Recreation Reserve included within the Marine National Park back in 2002.View post | Wed, 16 Apr 2014 12.01
It’s a lot different to Port Campbell where he usually works, but Ranger Trevor...It’s a lot different to Port Campbell where he usually works, but Ranger Trevor was keen get out and explore the area while he’s currently stationed at Queenscliff. Last week Trevor took his 12 year old cousin Mitchell to the Kinglake NP mountain bike area to ride Shepherds Track. Trevor said “The track is excellent, really fast and technical with some challenging sections. Well done to the team at Kinglake who got this track going”.View post | Wed, 16 Apr 2014 10.57
Recently Conservation Volunteers and Parks Victoria took park in the Melbourne B...Recently Conservation Volunteers and Parks Victoria took park in the Melbourne Bandicoot Break at Woodlands Historic Park. The project focuses on saving the Eastern Barred Bandicoot from extinction through a number of exciting hands-on conservation activities. For further details http://bit.ly/1l0vzTiView post | Tue, 15 Apr 2014 16.29