Soon the new St Kilda pier

By on November 17, 2021 0


Work on the new St Kilda Pier will begin soon with the appointment of the main construction partner following a two-stage public tender process.

Simpson Constructions to complete $ 53 million Redevelopment of St Kilda Pier project with off-site work starting shortly.

Construction along the existing St Kilda Pier is expected to begin in early 2022, with the new pier to be completed in early 2024.

Featuring a dramatic curved design featuring a wider and more accessible walkway, tiered seating, additional washrooms, and a new community space near the kiosk, the new pier will allow more people to enjoy one of the locations. most popular in Melbourne.

The redevelopment will also provide better views of the city, while better protecting the famous St Kilda penguin colony with a new viewing platform as part of the design.

The new design provides for the jetty to extend approximately 450 meters from shore to the breakwater, and a low landing stage constructed near the foreshore, facilitating passenger access to ferry and tour operator vessels.

The Victorian government has allocated an additional $ 3 million in funding to the project for further work to improve the integration of the pier with the foreshore, improving the visitor experience. This integration complements the partnership between Parks Victoria and the Town of Port Phillip to revitalize the St Kilda foreshore.

When completed, the works will create an iconic visitor entrance to the pier and provide a better connection between Catani Gardens and vibrant St Kilda.

St Kilda’s famous razorbill colony will be watched and cared for by Parks Victoria and Earthcare throughout construction. The penguins will be safely observed from a distance while ensuring that they can roam freely without current intrusions.

The existing jetty will remain open as often as possible during construction before closing for removal in 2024. For more design images and to sign up for the latest email updates, visit

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