Hastings – Stage 2

Hastings boat ramp is being upgraded thanks to the Victorian Government’s unprecedented investment in boating in Victoria.

Project update: May 2022

Stage two of works got underway in March, 2022 and includes dredging and installation of a second pontoon. Click here to read more.

The boat ramp will remain operational during dredging activities, however boaters are asked to follow the instructions of staff on site who will be implementing a waterway safety plan.

Five kilometres of pipe work has been prepared on land and have been placed at the designated disposal site ready for dredging to occur. The disposal site in Western Port has been identified as part of a detailed environmental investigations and dredge management plans.

Dredge machinery has been delivered and works are in progress to complete final pipework arrangements, with dredging expected to take up to 6 weeks.

Once dredging has been completed, pile driving for pontoon piles will be compelled ahead of the second pontoon installation in late July.

The Hastings boat ramp is one of the busiest ramps on the Mornington Peninsula.

Stage one of the project has been delivered to modernise the facility to provide all-tide access to Western Port.

The project is being delivered in partnership with Mornington Peninsula Shire Council.

The Council is managing the project and will be providing regular updates. They have created an online hub for the Hastings boat ramp upgrade. To access this information, click here.

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