Investing in our piers and jetties
Piers and jetties play a significant role in Victorian communities, supporting commercial fishing, marine businesses, recreation and tourism.
Managing local ports
|Local port||Port manager||Contact number|
|Portland Bay||Glenelg Shire Council||(03) 5522 2140|
|Port Fairy||Moyne Shire Council||(03) 5568 1108|
|Warrnambool||Warrnambool City Council||(03) 5559 4800|
|Apollo Bay||Colac-Otway Shire Council||(03) 5232 9400|
|Lorne||Great Ocean Road Coast and Parks Authority||1300 736 533|
|Barwon Heads||Barwon Coast Committee of Management Inc||(03) 5254 1118|
|Parks Victoria||13 19 63|
|Gippsland Ports Committee of Management Inc||(03) 5150 0500|
There are around 160 local port wharves, piers and jetties across the state. Many other structures along the coast, including groynes, seawalls, piers, jetties and marinas are not local port assets and are managed by public entities and private businesses.