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Commuter ferry service imminent

26 Apr 2016

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A  ferry service connecting Docklands with the western suburbs is imminent, with Little Group announcing an official launch date for Port Phillip Ferries.

Little Group will hold a launch event for the ferry service on Thursday, May 12.

“Esteemed dignitaries” and media have been invited to join Little Group founder and chairman Paul Little in a short trip along the Yarra River and introduction from the Little Group.

The ferry service will connect Docklands with Melbourne’s west, with stops expected to include Werribee, Point Cook and Wyndham.

The company has recently been tight-lipped about the service, declining to comment on plans for the ferry service when contacted by Docklands News last month.

It’s widely agreed across Docklands that more activity on the waterways, such as a ferry service would help to enliven the area.

The long-term plan for Harbour Esplanade includes provision for a ferry terminal.

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