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Coastal infrastructure projects by region

Find out about the Department of Transport's coastal infrastructure planning and development projects.

Bandy Creek Weir

The Department of Transport has completed construction of an improved new weir at Bandy Creek which was damaged by a flood event in February 2017.

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Barrack Square lift upgrade

Work is underway to replace both passenger lifts at Barrack Square, improving access to the busy facility.

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Beadon Creek (Onslow) maritime facility

Ongoing planning for the upgrade and improvement of the Beadon Creek Maritime Facility in Onslow.

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Broome Boating Facility

The Department of Transport has been working closely with local agencies and stakeholders over recent years to develop a new boating facility concept for Broome.

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Burswood Jetty

The Burswood Jetty was an exciting project delivered by the Department of Transport (DoT) to provide safe access to the Optus Stadium precinct for those choosing to arrive by private or charter vessel.

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Carnarvon Fascine Entryway and Boat Harbour Pen Project

The Department of Transport is working in partnership with the Carnarvon community to implement a long-term strategy for access issues for the Fascine waterway.

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Carnarvon One Mile Jetty

The Department of Transport is leading Stage 1 of the Carnarvon One Mile Jetty project which will involve emergency deconstruction and salvation of the jetty as well as recovering timbers that are hazards to safe navigation.

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Casuarina Boat Harbour

The Department of Transport (DoT) implemented a major component of Stage 2 - the redevelopment of the Jetty Road causeway. The value of the causeway works is approximately $12.65 million with funds provided through Royalties for Regions.

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Denham Maritime Facility upgrades

Works to transform the town foreshore were completed prior to the 'Dirk Hartog - Voyage of Discovery: Shark Bay 1616' celebrations in October 2016.

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Exmouth Boat Harbour upgrade

The Exmouth Boat Harbour upgrade project consists of a major upgrade to the service wharf, including construction of a heavy lift facility and associated land-side wharf infrastructure.

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Fishery Beach (Bremer Bay) boat ramp protection

DoT coastal management investigations into erosion and options for stabilising Fishery Beach determined a groyne, or groyne field, as the most suitable stabilising option.

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Fremantle FBH Jetty 2 redevelopment

The Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour (FFBH) Jetty 2 Redevelopment project replaced the existing fixed Jetty 2 structure with a modern floating pontoon system.

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Hillarys Boat Harbour upgrade

Ongoing improvements to Hillarys Boat Harbour makes it an ideal location for recreational and commercial boating and a great day out for the family.

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Jurien Bay Boat Harbour

The Department of Transport (DoT) is researching how it can improve the harbour environment in the Jurien Bay Boat Harbour.

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Port Geographe reconfiguration

The original coastal rock structures at Port Geographe were reconfigured in 2015 at a cost of $28.15 million to improve environmental and amenity outcomes for the coast and community.

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Tantabiddi Boating Facility

Tantabiddi Boat Ramp is a key gateway to the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef and managed by the Shire of Exmouth.

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Two Rocks Marina upgrade

The Two Rocks Marina upgrade will deliver long awaited improvements to ageing infrastructure and better meet the needs of users.

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Woodman Point Ammo Jetty

In October 2020 as part of the $5.5 billion WA Recovery Plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Transport (DoT) was allocated $9.69 million to replace Woodman Point Jetty.

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Panel contracts information

This page provides details on the DOT Panel Contracts for Maritime Engineering and Technical Services when claiming disbursements and expenses.

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Page last updated: Fri Mar 23 2018 10:16:28 AM