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Limeburners Point

Concept designs have been released for public feedback to inform future upgrades at Geelong’s popular Limeburners boat ramp.

Limeburners is one of the busiest ramps in the area, providing access to Corio Bay and western Port Phillip for a variety of recreational activities including fishing for snapper, flathead, calamari and whiting. It also provides boaters with access to the Victorian Fisheries Authority’s rocky reef modules in and around Corio Bay.

A range of craft including jet skis can launch at the three-lane ramp off Hearne Parade in East Geelong.

Click here to see the concept plans and have your say via a survey. Consultation closes on September 27.

Geelong’s popular Limeburners boat ramp

Limeburners also has extensive parking to cater for a growing number of boaters, with more formal parking to be explored as part of concept designs.

The pontoons have also been identified as requiring improvements.

Concept designs were commissioned in April and have been developed by coastal engineers before being progressed with local stakeholders and boaters.

They have been be released more broadly for public feedback until September 27.

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