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Mornington Fishermans Jetty

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There are currently no vacant berths available at Mornington Fishermans Jetty.   Please monitor the website for future availability and to apply on line. 

Parks Victoria does not operate a waiting list or expression of interest list for berths at the Mornington Fishermans Jetty. Should you contact Parks Victoria when no vacant berths are available your details will not be retained. Vacant berths will be advertised online and allocated to the first applicant with a suitable vessel that meets all application criteria.

The Mornington Fishermans Jetty can cater for vessels up to 10 metres maximum length on the outer side and vessels up to 7.6 metres maximum length on the inner side. All of the berths have ladder access from the Jetty and vessels are secured with ropes/springs supplied by the vessel owner and mooring tackle is required to be installed by an authorised mooring contractor.

Mornington Fishermans Jetty Site Map

An authority to berth is issued to berth holders for an approved nominated vessel.  Berthing authorities at Mornington Fishermans Jetty are renewed on 1 February each year. The berths at Mornington Fishermans Jetty are not transferable and cannot be privately sold. 

When applying for a vacant berth, Parks Victoria advises that applicants visit the site and inspect the berths available to ensure it will be suitable for the nominated vessel.

Forms and instructions

Authority to Moor/Berth (sample)

Fees and invoicing

  

Fee type

 Amount

 Set-up fee

 $139.70

 Mornington Jetty Inner Berthing & Administration Fee

 $836.20

 Mornington Jetty Outer Berthing & Administration Fee

 $1258.00


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