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New pontoon in Victoria Harbour

27 Mar 2012

Lend Lease has installed a new pontoon jetty in Victoria Harbour for the use of public commercial charter vessels.

Victoria Harbour project director Claire Johnston said the extra 140 metres of mooring near Water Plaza would provide a pick-up and drop-off point for charter boats.

“The pontoon is being delivered as part of the wider public realm upgrade works taking place in Victoria Harbour,” Ms Johnston said.

“The pontoon works will be delivered within this financial year and on completion, will act as a pick up and drop off point for public charter vessels.”

“These public realm works form a part of the broader definition taking place here in Victoria Harbour.”

“As we progress through the creation of Victoria Harbour, we are placing a strong emphasis on creating vibrant, activated and appealing places for residents, workers and visitors.”

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