Events for your Diary

  • Sat 6, 9-10am: Beach Patrol, meeting at Sandridge Beach LSC
  • Thu 11, 6pm: BCNA Community Dinner
  • Sat 20, 9:30-10:30am: Love our Streets, meeting at Garden City shops

  • August
  • Sat 3, 9-10am: Beach Patrol, meeting at Princes Pier
  • Sat 17, 9:30-10:30am: Love our Streets, meeting at 109 North Port tram stop
  • Latest News

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    Thursday 30 April 2015

    Beach Patrol 3207 – Saturday 2 May

    The next beach clean will be at
    9am Saturday 2nd May (this Saturday!)
    Meet at the Port Melbourne Yacht Club
    This month they are cleaning the dog beach.  "Litter Free Beaches" bags are provided for the clean. Please bring your own gloves. Join in to help beautify our beaches & then for a cuppa and a chat afterwards.

    Also please note that future beach cleans are shown in the Events for your Diary section of the BCNA web site.

    Wednesday 29 April 2015

    Station Pier - Piling works and temporary site enclosure

    The Port of Melbourne is about to commence piling work on Station Pier which will continue to the end of the year.  It seems that most of the work will be done by divers inspecting and repairing the pier piles.  Full details can be downloaded here.

    Residents with a query on the activity can contact Port of Melbourne Corporation at any time on 9683 1565 (24/7 number) or by email to

    Monday 27 April 2015

    Port Melbourne Babysitting Club

    We have received some information about the Port Melbourne Babysitting Club from Councillor Bernadene Voss.  More details can be downloaded here.

    Tuesday 21 April 2015

    Webb Dock Works - 20-27 April

    This week's works notice can be downloaded here.

    Please note that further Todd Road closures are scheduled for:
    • 8pm Fri 1 May to 5am Mon 4 May
    • 8pm Fri 8 May to 5am Mon 11 May
    It seems that Webb Trail and Webb Point are expected to re-open early next month.

    Monday 13 April 2015

    Parking Community Consultation - Closes Sunday

    The last day for responses to the City of Port Phillip's consultation on local parking restrictions is this Sunday (19 April).  So if you want your feedback heard go to this link and enter your comments before Sunday.

    Webb Dock Works - 13-19 April

    This week's works notice can be downloaded here.

    An updated flyer showing forthcoming Todd Road road closures and detours can be downloaded here.

    Sunday 12 April 2015

    Our Latest Newsletter is Out

    Over the weekend volunteers dropped copies of our newsletter in mailboxes throughout Beacon Cove. It covers a number of topics including:

    • Beacon Cove Foodstore redevelopment
    • Latest update on 1-7 Waterfront Place
    • The Fisherman's Bend development
    • Princes Pier
    • Port Melbourne Waterfront Activation
    • Webb Dock redevelopment
    • Cruise ship emissions
    • BCNA Submission to City of Port Phillip Budget

    For those who would like an electronic copy, it can be downloaded here.

    Food Store Redevelopment Information Session

    On Saturday morning about 50 people attended a briefing by those responsible for the proposed redevelopment of the Beacon Cove Food Store.  A number of issues were raised and we welcome that they are consulting with, and seemingly listening to, the local community.  They have indicated that information about the redevelopment will soon be available on the web for those who were not able to attend the meeting.

    Tuesday 7 April 2015

    Webb Dock Works - 7-12 April

    This week's works notice can be downloaded here.

    A flyer (for your fridge?) showing the Todd Road road closures during April can be downloaded here.

    Thursday 2 April 2015

    Beacon Cove Foodstore Development Plans

    Yesterday’s Age featured an article (click here to read) about the plans for the development of the food store.

    Summary of VICT Constructions Close to Residents

    Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) has provided a document summarising some of their construction work on the site.  Click here to download it.