Events for your Diary

  • Sat 2, 9-10am: Beach Patrol, meeting at Sandridge Beach Life Saving Club
  • Sat 16, 9:30-10:30am: Love our Streets, meeting at Edwards Park, corner of Dow & Liardet Streets
  • Thu 21, 6pm: BCNA Community Dinner

  • April
  • Sat 6, 9-10am: Beach Patrol, meeting at Princes Pier
  • Sat 20, 9:30-10:30am: Love our Streets, meeting at 109 tram terminus
  • Latest News

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    Tuesday 27 January 2015

    Port Capacity Project | Works Advisory Notice 27 Jan - 1 Feb

    The first Webb Dock works advisory notice for 2015 can be downloaded here.

    Friday 16 January 2015

    Pier Street Illegal Parking

    From David Hehir, Foreshore Coordinator, City of Port Phillip

    In regards to illegal parking on Pier Street, footpath and nature strip, could you please encourage your members to formally register their request for a ‘Parking Officer callout’ on 9209 6777 or day or night.

    Phoning during the day or night with a full description of the location and cars blocking footpaths etc, is typically the quickest way to ensure a Parking Officer attends. I have been advised the Pier Street area is included in routine patrols, but they can often be diverted in response to other residents callouts in other parts of the municipality. When the residents calls are formally registered via 9209 6777 or it also helps Council improve the Parking Officer roster times and staffing levels to better match the community demand throughout week.

    Thursday 15 January 2015

    Restaurant Evening - Wednesday 18 February

    Our first social event for 2015 will be held at
    7.00 pm, Wednesday 18 February
    at the recently refurbished and renamed
    Mr Lawrence at The London, 92 Beach Street (corner of Princes Street) Port Melbourne

    We have arranged a three course menu plus coffee/tea, the details of which can be downloaded here. Vegetarian requirement should be advised at the time of booking. The cost is $50 per person (paid in cash on entry) plus a gold coin gratuity. Drinks are available from the Bar.

    Please RSVP by e-mail to no later than 14 February

    Your Committee has also organised ongoing functions for 2015 at approximately three monthly intervals. You may wish to diarise the following dates:
    Wednesday 13 May
    Wednesday 12 August
    Wednesday 18 November

    We will advise further as each date draws closer and look forward to welcoming you on Wednesday 18 February.

    2015 Piers Festival Brochure

    Click here for brochure on this year's Piers Festival

    Wednesday 14 January 2015

    Safety Concerns - Cars Accessing and Driving on Princes Pier

    We've just received the following note from Jenny Bygrave, Communications and Stakeholder Manager, Port Community, Port of Melbourne Corporation (PoMC).

    Recently PoMC has received several queries from residents in the towers adjacent to Princes Pier, about a bollard on the pier. We understand that private cars are removing the bollard to drive onto the pier and potentially causing a safety problem for pedestrians on the pier. 

    As PoMC is not the managing authority for Princes Pier, I wonder if you might consider including the contact details of Major Projects Victoria within your next newsletter, to inform residents of the agency which can best assist them? 

    • Major Projects Victoria manages Princes Pier

    • Community members with enquiries about Princes Pier can contact Major Projects Victoria’s general office number 03 9655 8622. 

    PoMC is in the meanwhile advising any residents who call of these details, and forwarding the queries directly to MPV.

    Thursday 8 January 2015

    Calling All Artists

    From Bernadene Voss, Sandridge Ward Councillor and Deputy Mayor:

    Monday 5 January 2015

    Notification of planned power outage for Sun 11th & Sun 18th January

    For your information, a letter (download here) was delivered to a number of residents today regarding power disruptions on 11 and 18 January.

    The majority of affected residents live along Williamstown Road.

    Should you have any queries, please feel free to call anytime to the number in the attachment.