Events for your Diary

November
  • Sat 19, 9:30-10:30am: Love our Streets, meeting at Garden City shops
  • Thu 24, 6:30pm: BCNA Community Dinner

  • December
  • Sat 3, 9-10am: Beach Patrol, meeting at Princes Pier
  • Sat 3, 11am-5pm: Annual Port Melbourne Artisan Christmas Market, Bay Street
  • Sat 10, 9:30-10:30am: Love our Streets, meeting at Olive's Corner

  • January
  • Sat 7, 9-10am: Beach Patrol, meeting at Centenary Bridge Pylon (what used to be call the ferry beach but without a ferry...)
  • Sat 21, 9:30-10:30am: Love our Streets, meeting at Port Melbourne Town Hall, 333 Bay Street

  • February
  • Sat 4, 9-10am: Beach Patrol, meeting at Lagoon Pier
  • Sat 18, 9:30-10:30am: Love our Streets, meeting at 109 tram terminus
  • Latest News

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    Tuesday, 19 June 2018

    Proposed Trial: Beach & Princes Streets & Waterfront Place Roundabout

    The City of Port Phillip (CoPP) is planning to introduce a left-turn only barrier at this roundabout for traffic entering the roundabout from Princes Street. This and other improvements is in response to residents’ concerns about the congestion that often occurs at this roundabout when large vehicles attempt to turn right from Princess Street or Beach Street into Waterfront Place. The improvements will be trialled over 12-months during the 2018-19 cruise ship season. The change will commence in September 2018.
    An aerial view of the Beach Street, Waterfront Place and Princes Street roundabout in Port Melbourne showing a temporary extension of the Beach Street median (east approach) connecting with the roundabout.

    The CoPP has notified some nearby residents but not all who will be affected. Residents have until Monday, 26 June 2018 to comment on the proposal.  Details of the proposal can be accessed here.  Further information can be obtained by emailing transport@portphillip.vic.gov.au or by ringing 9209 6777.

    The BCNA has asked that the consultation period to be extended given that many nearby residents have not been notified.