Dromana Pier Design

Parks Victoria have commenced public consultation for ideas and aspirations for Dromana Pier on the Mornington Peninsula. VRFish invites recreational fishers to have their say to shape a future design that meets the needs of the community for decades to come.

The current concrete pier was built in 1959 and is 186 metres in length and according to Parks Victoria still remains in a good structural condition. The original wooden jetty was 500 metres in length and was used as a destination for steamboat passengers and fresh supplies. The remnants of the old wooden jetty remain in deeper water.

Three possible pier design options have been presented for consultation.

VRFish would encourage recreational fishers to also consider the merits of extending the length of the pier.

Online Community Session

When: Wednesday 9th December 4.30pm – 5.30pm
This will provide the opportunity for you to hear more about this project and ask questions directly to Parks Victoria
To register, click here –

Have Your Say

  1. Visit Engage Victoria to view the concept designs and complete an online feedback survey to Parks Victoria. Survey closes 8 January 2021.

2. Pass on your opinions and thoughts to VRFish by emailing us at [email protected].

Pier options

Three options are being presented by Parks Victoria.

Visit Engage Victoria for the concept design plan view and cross sections, indicating key improvements, facilities and site context.

Option 1: Improve existing pier

Option 2: T-shape pier head

Option 3: Circle pier head

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