Port of Melbourne issues public notices from time to time, advising of changes or activities in and around the port that may impact the local community.
Notice under Part 5B of the Port Management Act 1995 (Vic)
In accordance with the requirements of section 88T(2) of the Port Management Act 1995 (the Act), Port of Melbourne Operations Pty Ltd as trustee for the Port of Melbourne Unit Trust (Port of Melbourne) hereby gives notice of its intention to dispose of the following abandoned or unclaimed goods or things which have been left unattended on port of Melbourne land for more than one month without the permission of Port of Melbourne:
- Vessel registration number “TE 811”
The above vessel is presently situated on port of Melbourne land adjacent to a Port of Melbourne-controlled access track south of the maintenance facility occupied by Bhagwan Marine, 101 Kooringa Way, Port Melbourne.
Under Part 5B of the Act, Port of Melbourne has the power to dispose of abandoned or unclaimed goods or things which are unattended on port of Melbourne land. Upon the expiry of 28 days from the date of publication of this notice, Port of Melbourne will commence the disposal process unless a party establishes itself as the owner of the vessel and takes steps to move it from its current location.
Contact: Ian Weppner
Port of Melbourne
Changes to Coode Road
As part of the Port Rail Transformation Project (PRTP) located in the Swanson Dock precinct, the Port of Melbourne will be permanently closing a section of Coode Road between Dock Link Road and Phillipps Road. With major works for the project already well underway, this is the next stage of development for the new PRTP rail terminal.
Connectivity will still be maintained between Dock Link Road and Coode Road, through the development of a new two-lane, two-way road, named Intermodal Way. There will be a two-phased implementation of these permanent changes to Coode Road.
This notice advises the two phases of the implementation of these permanent changes to Coode Road.
Webb Dock East Extension Project
This notice advises of works taking place at Webb Dock East, which will remove a redundant section of concrete and extend the quay line by 71 metres. Major construction works are expected to commence from April 2022 and be completed by late 2023.
More information on the Webb Dock East Extension project can be found on our projects page.