Beadon Creek (Onslow) maritime facility

Ongoing planning for the upgrade and improvement of the Beadon Creek Maritime Facility in Onslow.

  Coastal development at Beadon Creek

The Beadon Creek maritime facility in Onslow was originally designed for recreational, fishing and charter operations. However, extensive growth of the resources sector in the Pilbara region has led to increased demand for maritime support services and industries.

As a result, the Department of Transport released more land at the facility for development.

Currently, a limited number of (non waterfront) lots remain available for long term lease.

For more information on leasing land at the Department of Transport's coastal facilities, please go to leasing opportunities.

Please view the latest Beadon Creek Maritime Facility masterplan below.

Beadon Creek concept plan
PROJ_P_OnlsowBeadonConceptK.pdf icon Beadon Creek (Onslow): Development and investigations - Concept (K) Kb
PROJ_P_SummaryBeadonCrCapitalDredgEnviroMon.pdf icon Summary of the Beadon Creek capital dredging environmental monitoring Kb

  Land use framework for Beadon Creek maritime facility

The Department of Transport has prepared a Land Use Framework (LUF) for Beadon Creek Boat Maritime Facility which can be used by decision makers to consider future development applications within the Facility.

The LUF responds to the Visions, principles and goals of both the Shire of Ashburton and the Department of Transport, providing both social and economic opportunities for Onslow, including multiple marine industrial sites and a community boating precinct, containing a boat launching facility and an area suitable for the development of a marina.

PROJ_P_BeadonCreekBH_LandUseFramework.pdf icon Beadon Creek Boat Harbour: Land use framework Kb

  Leaseholder development

Following an Expression of Interest process, the Department of Transport has been working with a number of private sector companies to progress the leasehold development at this Facility.

Capital Dredging is a requirement for development of the proposed land-backed wharf.

The Environmental Protection Authority has provided advice to the Department of Transport and the public on the Capital Dredging Environmental Impact Assessment.

Baseline (pre-dredging) environmental monitoring in Beadon Creek was completed in July 2014. and analysis of the sampling has indicated no detectable levels of the contaminants of concern in the creek waters. This information was summarised in a memorandum provided to the EPA in August 2014.

Construction of the Onslow Marine Support Base (OMSB) will take place from December 2016 to September 2017. Dredging works and the associated environmental monitoring and management are described in the Dredging and Reclamation Management Plan and the Water Quality Management Plan. Overall environmental management for the project will be carried out as described in the Environmental Management Plan.

The results of all monitoring during and post dredging will be reported to the EPA.

PROJ_P_BeadonCreek_DredgingEnviroMgmtPlanPrincipalCommit.pdf icon Beadon Creek: Capital dredging environmental management plan - Principal commitments Kb
PROJ_P_BeadonCreek_CapDEIA_report.pdf icon Beadon Creek Maritime Facility: Capital dredging environmental impact assessment Kb
PROJ_P_BeadonCreek_OEPANotice.pdf icon Beadon Creek Maritime Facility: Environmental Protection Authority notice Kb
PROJ_P_BeadonCreek_DredgingReclamMgmtPlan.pdf icon Onslow Marine Supply Base: Dredging and reclamation management plan Kb
PROJ_P_BeadonCreek_EnviroMgmtPlan_EMP.pdf icon Onslow Marine Supply Base: Environmental management plan (EMP) Kb
PROJ_P_BeadonCreek_WaterQualMonPlan_WQMP.pdf icon Onslow Marine Supply Base: Water quality monitoring plan (WQMP) Kb

  Onslow community boating precinct

An area for a community boating precinct (CBP) that includes a small marina suitable for powered vessels only and incorporates the existing boat launching facility, has been identified in the LUF. This area has been identified for use by recreational boaters and tourism/charter operators. The proposed small marina will have an area suitable for the development of fully serviced boat pens.

The Department of Transport in partnership with the Shire of Ashburton has established a Community Boating Precinct Working Group that has developed a preferred concept plan for this area.

There is significant support for this project and it is envisaged that this type of facility will provide economic and community benefits to Onslow and the wider Pilbara Region.

The Working Group has endorsed proceeding to the next step to investigate funding for this project. As part of this process, information is being sought from the future users of this facility to assist in determining demand for pens.

PROJ_P_Onslow_CBP_Concept_Plan.pdf icon Onslow community boating precinct concept plan Kb

  Turning circle and fuel access road

Current status

The contract has been awarded for the construction of a new turning circle, fuel access road and drainage upgrade at the Beadon Creek Maritime Facility, in Onslow. The work will be undertaken by NTC Contracting, a business based in Onslow.

The project is due to commence in July 2017 with practical completion scheduled for September 2017.

This is the latest in a series of asset upgrade projects at the Beadon Creek Maritime Facility. During the past four years $2.5 million has been spent on resealing works (2013), the construction of a DoT harbour office and implementation of CCTV in 2015 followed by an electrical infrastructure upgrade (2016).

Project overview

Over the last few years there have been a number of developments at the southern end of the Beadon Creek Maritime Facility which have had an impact on site stability and drainage. As a result of these major modifications in the harbour, combined with the loss of vegetation, a dry cyclone season and continued truck access into the area the stability of the western edge of Beadon Creek Road has begun to deteriorate and slump.

The Scope of Works under this contract includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  1. Site clearance;
  2. Cutting, filling and compaction of the existing access road(s) and adjacent areas to subgrade;
  3. Cutting, filling and compaction required for proposed piped drainage network;
  4. Re-grading and re-profiling of Beadon Creek Road;
  5. Supply, placement and compaction of pavement material (including surfacing);
  6. Supply and installation of rock for rock pitching;
  7. Supply and installation of proposed new kerbing;
  8. Supply and installation of proposed new drainage infrastructure;
  9. Supply and installation of proposed line marking and signage;
  10. Protection of existing infrastructure and utilities unless noted to be demolished;
  11. Removal and disposal of rubbish and debris from the site;
  12. Other works as required.

The $595,000 contract will deliver a new turning circle, fuel access road and completion of a drainage upgrade at the increasingly busy facility improving access and making vehicle and truck movements safer.

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External Link Media statement 16/06/17: Contract awarded for final stage in Beadon Creek upgrade

  Coastal infrastructure project contact list

Service Type Suburb Business Name Phone number Phone number (secondary) Fax Pre-booking required Business Hours Email Street address Postal address Business Type Comments
Coastal infrastructure project Bandy Creek Weir (Coastal infrastructure project) (08) 9435 7833 No Monday to Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. (excludes public holidays) bandycreekweir@transport.wa.gov.au WA 6450 WA Department of Transport
Coastal infrastructure project Beadon Creek (Onslow) maritime facility (Coastal infrastructure project) (08) 9435 7676 No Monday to Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. (excludes public holidays) WA Department of Transport Regional Facilities Coordinator
Coastal infrastructure project Broome Boating Facility (Coastal infrastructure project) (08) 9435 7559 No Monday to Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. (excludes public holidays) james.holder@transport.wa.gov.au WA WA Department of Transport James Holder, Manager Maritime Projects
Coastal infrastructure project Burswood Public Jetty (Coastal infrastructure project) (08) 9435 7613 No Monday to Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. (excludes public holidays) michael.maslin@transport.wa.gov.au WA WA Department of Transport Michael Maslin, Project Manager
Coastal infrastructure project Casuarina Boat Harbour (Coastal infrastructure project) (08) 9435 7539 No Monday to Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. (excludes public holidays) casuarinaharbourupgrade@transport.wa.gov.au WA WA Department of Transport Dilhan Wijesinghe, Project Manager
Coastal infrastructure project Denham Maritime Facility upgrades (Coastal infrastructure project) (08) 9435 7613 No denhamforeshore.info@transport.wa.gov.au WA WA Department of Transport Michael Maslin, Project Manager
Coastal infrastructure project Fishery Beach (Bremer Bay) boat ramp protection (Coastal infrastructure project) (08) 9435 7613 No Monday to Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. (excludes public holidays) michael.maslin@transport.wa.gov.au WA WA Department of Transport Michael Maslin, Project Manager
Coastal infrastructure project Fremantle FBH Jetty 2 redevelopment (Coastal infrastructure project) (08) 9435 7546 No Monday to Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. (excludes public holidays) francois.sauzier@transport.wa.gov.au WA WA Department of Transport Francois Sauzier, Project Manager
Coastal infrastructure project Hillarys Boat Harbour upgrade (Coastal infrastructure project) (08) 9435 7546 No Monday to Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. (excludes public holidays) francois.sauzier@transport.wa.gov.au WA WA Department of Transport Francois Sauzier, Project Manager
Coastal infrastructure project Jurien Bay Boat Harbour (Coastal infrastructure project) (08) 9435 7559 No Monday to Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. (excludes public holidays) jurienboatharbour.info@transport.wa.gov.au WA WA Department of Transport James Holder, Manager Maritime Projects
Coastal infrastructure project Port Geographe reconfiguration (Coastal infrastructure project) 1300 660 815 No Monday to Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. (excludes public holidays) portgeographe.Info@transport.wa.gov.au P.O. Box Box C102, Perth WA 6839 Department of Transport Justin Fifield, Project Manager
Coastal infrastructure project Two Rocks Marina upgrade (Coastal infrastructure project) (08) 9435 7833 No Monday to Friday 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. (excludes public holidays) tworocksmarina@transport.wa.gov.au WA WA Department of Transport Anna Kelderman, Project Manager

 

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