Hillarys Boat Harbour upgrade

Work on the $1.2 million extension of the northern car park at Hillarys Boat Harbour to add extra bays to the popular destination has been completed.

  Project status

Completed: The project was undertaken by Transfield Services and Engineered Water System and was completed in August 2014.

External Link 03/09/2014: Upgrades at Hillarys Boat Harbour completed

  North East car park extension

Work on the $1.2 million extension of the northern car park at Hillarys Boat Harbour to add extra bays to the popular destination has been completed.

The extension of the north east car-park provides an additional 65 car parking bays to help alleviate parking congestion during peak usage periods.

The Scope of Works for Contract was as follows:

  1. Removal of existing landscaping from inside eastern boundary of the Boat Harbour.
  2. Removal of existing fencing along the eastern boundary of the Boat Harbour.
  3. Removal of existing shared use path from inside Boat Harbour boundary.
  4. Provide additional row of car parking bays adjoining existing bays to the east of the car park.
  5. Supply and installation of storm water drainage infrastructure.
  6. Landscaping and vegetation for reinstatement.
  7. Realignment of existing principal shared path (PSP).
  8. Install security lighting.
  9. Construct new car park pavement.
  10. Provide parking islands.
  11. Provide traffic island humps.
  12. Install pavement markings.
  13. Installation and relocation of services.
  14. Provision for future CCTV network (conduits and pits).
  15. Disposal of excess and /or unsuitable material.
  16. Disposal of redundant material.

The project was undertaken by Transfield Services.

PROJ_I_Hillarys_NthEastCarPark.pdf icon Hillarys Boat Harbour: Proposed North East car park extension Kb

  Replacement of K and L jetties at Hillarys Boat Harbour

Work to replace the K and L jetties at Hillarys Boat Harbour is complete.

The project was part of the Department's ongoing pen replacement program for the Harbour and K and L jetties were the next pen system scheduled to be replaced. The replacement of the pen system improves safety and amenities for penholders and reduces ongoing maintenance costs.

The existing K and L jetties were replaced with a secure floating pen system that meets high design standards. The new systems saw the delivery of 107 pens and can accommodate vessels up to 15 metres.

The $3.5 million project was undertaken by Engineered Water System and was completed in August 2014.

Hillarys Boat Harbour - image of plan for replacement K and L jetties

PROJ_I_Hillarys_KandL_jetties.pdf icon Hillarys Boat Harbour: Concept image for replacement K and L jetties Kb

  Coastal infrastructure project contact list

The following contacts may be used for enquires relating to Coastal infrastructure projects run by the Department of Transport.

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 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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