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News
12 Jul 2019
Casuarina Boat Harbour

Local job opportunities flow from final Jetty Road contract

A Western Australian company has been awarded the $5.8 million contract to complete the Jetty Road causeway upgrades at Casuarina Boat Harbour, generating local jobs and opportunities for local contractors in the building and construction industry.

A Western Australian company has been awarded the $5.8 million contract to complete the Jetty Road causeway upgrades at Casuarina Boat Harbour, generating local jobs and opportunities for local contractors in the building and construction industry.

WA company, Densford Civil Pty Ltd successfully tendered for phase two of the upgrade which includes the reconstruction of Jetty Road, increased parking with 164 bays, the introduction of shared paths and landscaping, the construction of a multipurpose building incorporating public toilets, and improvements to utility services in the area.

The $5.8 million contract will see five South-West subcontractors, four of them Bunbury-based businesses, with a workforce of 20 engaged in the construction ahead of completion by mid-2020.

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08 Jul 2019
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Work starts at Mandurah Entrance Channel

Important annual coastal maintenance work has commenced to ensure safe navigation at Mandurah Ocean Entrance and to widen Town Beach.

Important annual coastal maintenance work has commenced to ensure safe navigation at Mandurah Ocean Entrance and to widen Town Beach.

Department of Transport (DoT) General Manager of Coastal Infrastructure Steve Jenkins said the annual sand bypassing and replenishment project, funded by the State Government and City of Mandurah at a cost of $1.2 million, would see about 170,000 cubic metres of sand relocated.

“To ensure Mandurah Entrance Channel remains safe for navigation sand is taken from a trap at Halls Head Beach and pumped to Town Beach to ensure a wide beach for community use,” Mr Jenkins said

“The work, due for completion in October, maintains the natural eastward drift of sand and replenishes the eroding beaches to the north east of the Entrance Channel.

“When complete the local community will enjoy a wider Town Beach in time for the summer season.”

The works will be undertaken using a mobile material screening, pumping and conveying plant designed to transfer materials cost-effectively over long distances and a long reach excavator.

Beachgoers are asked to observe the warnings in place and keep well clear of the works which will occur during daylight hours from Monday to Friday.

DoT is working with local schools and sports clubs in the area to minimise inconvenience. For more information about DoT’s dredging and sand bypassing program visit our website
 
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04 Jul 2019
Aerial photograph of Two Rocks Marina

Community to have their say on draft Two Rocks Marina master plan

Transport Minister Rita Saffioti today released for comment a draft master plan to guide the development of Two Rocks Marina into a world-class destination over the next 40 years.

Transport Minister Rita Saffioti today released for comment a draft master plan to guide the development of Two Rocks Marina into a world-class destination over the next 40 years.

The plan aims to establish the marina as a tourism hub, and build on the successful maritime and crayfishing industry activities to create jobs as the development progresses.

The centrepiece of the plan is a new entertainment and recreation precinct, with a pedestrian bridge extending over the water forming the limits of a protected swimming beach.

An eight-lane boat launching facility, parks and additional public spaces are also features of the aspirational long-term vision which is the work of the Two Rocks Marina Reference Group.

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Alerts
26 Feb 2019
Scam watch

Fake parking infringement notices

Please be advised there is an active scam alleging to be from Department of Transport and Parking.

Please be advised there is an active scam alleging to be from Department of Transport and Parking.

The email is sent from ‘Parking Infringement Office’ with subject line: [URGENT] Parking Infringement Notice.

There is no Department of Transport and Parking - if you have received this email, please report it to Scam Watch.   

22 Feb 2019
Temporary Notices to Mariners

Temporary Notices to Mariners (TNTM)

Please use the following links to view TNTM for each region of Western Australia.

Please use the following links to view TNTM for each region of Western Australia.

Cancelled, withdrawn and expired TNTM are removed without notice.

Please also see navigational warnings.

29 Dec 2017
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Cyclone - Community information sheets

The Department of Transport is responsible for the provision of cyclone community information sheet for its maritime facilities located in cyclone prone areas.

The Department of Transport is responsible for the provision of cyclone community information sheet for its maritime facilities located in cyclone prone areas.

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