Better boating facilities are on the way for far East Gippsland, with concept designs drafted for future upgrades to the boat ramp and jetty at Cape Conran.
FSC Range has provided design options for an extended ramp and longer jetty as part of the upgrade, to facilitate quicker and safer launch and retrieval.
You can have your say on the design options via the survey below, or via this link.
Cape Conran’s West Cape ramp is about 20km east of Marlo and is exposed to the ocean swell of Bass Strait.
The designs consider how to best combat the build-up of sand and seagrass at the site, to reduce the frequency of maintenance and make it easier to use the ramp.
Click the following link to view a PDF of the design options. Cape Conran Boat Ramp – Concept Design Options (PDF)
The below video shows option 1 for Cape Conran.
The below video shows option 2 identified by FSC Range for potential upgrade.
BBV is working closely with Parks Victoria, local user groups and other key stakeholders during the Cape Conran upgrade project.
As part of the process extensive community consultation will be undertaken, including a community drop-in session held on May 1 at Marlo and the survey (below) to collect feedback on the plans.
You can have your say on the options via the survey below, or by visiting this link.
Cape Conran boat ramp upgrade
Cape Conran, Gippsland
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