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McLoughlins Beach Jetty Information Sheet

The McLoughlins Beach Jetty is owned by the Victorian Government and managed by Gippsland Ports. Last rebuilt in 1985, the jetty is now very close to the end of its useful life. Demolition and replacement of the jetty will be required in the near future. A new jetty on the same scale, and of similar [...]

ConocoPhillips Australia – Exploration Permit T/49P west of King Island

Sequoia 3D Seismic Survey ConocoPhillips Australia will undertake a three-dimensional (3D) marine seismic survey (the Sequoia seismic survey) to enable assessment of the natural gas reservoirs in the eastern offshore Otway Basin ~26 August to 31 October 2021.  24 hours a day. Vessels Geo Coral (IMO 9492579), Mariska G (IMO 9690250), Northern Star (MMSI 503732800). [...]

Bancroft Bay VOZR – survey results and proposed changes

The information below and in the attachment advises on the results and outcomes of the recent survey review of Vessel Operating and Zoning Rules for Bancroft Bay. As you will see, there are varying viewpoints regarding the options presented, however a large majority of survey responses agree that there is a problem regarding excessive boat [...]

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Welcome to Gippsland Ports

Gippsland’s local ports provide safe havens and services to a wide range of users. The local ports and waterways play a vital part in local communities and support industries of importance to Victoria’s economy.

Gippsland Ports is a Committee of Management with a Board appointed by the State of Victoria. It has responsibilities delegated from the Victorian Government for the management of five local ports and two waterways that incorporate approximately 1,430 sq km of some of the largest and most beautiful waterways in Australia.

Gippsland Ports’ designated waters stretch over 720 kms from Anderson Inlet to Mallacoota on the south-eastern coastline of Victoria at: Mallacoota Inlet, Snowy River (Marlo), Gippsland Lakes, Corner Inlet and Port Albert, Anderson Inlet (Inverloch) and two waterways: Lake Tyers and Shallow Inlet. (refer map).(By comparison, Sydney Harbour managed waterways total 55 square kilometres and Melbourne’s Port Phillip Bay totals 1,934 square kilometres in area.).

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Users should also be aware of our Facebook site, which provides ad hoc information, images and blogs as they arise.

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User should also be aware of our Facebook site, which provides adhoc information, image and blogs as they arise.

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