26/04/2018  - Crib Point Jetty Remediation

The Port of Hastings Development Authority is preparing to commence remediation works on Berth 2 at the southern end of the Crib Point Jetty.  The work is being undertaken now to ensure Berth 2 is ready in time for the AGL Gas Import Jetty project, should the project proceed.  If AGL does not proceed with the project, Berth 2 will be available for use by other port users.

Residents and users of Western Port can expect to see remediation activity on the jetty site commencing May 2018.

Works at the site will include:

  • Establishment of a site compound;

  • Securing the site with new fencing;

  • Some vegetation clearing;

  • Repairs to concrete on the jetty, pylons, mooring dolphins and pipe racks; and 

  • Replacement of the Pier head.

Residents can expect to see an increase in  vehicle movements along The Esplanade during these works.  Construction activities will occur between:

  • Monday to Friday - 7am to 6pm; and

  • Saturday - 7am to 1pm.                       

The Port of Hastings Development Authority’s works are expected to take between 7 and 9 months, commencing in May 2018 and ending in January 2019. 

For more information on the Berth 2 remediation works please contact our office on 5979 5500 or visit www.portofhastings.com.

For information on the AGL Gas Import project please contact Jay Gleeson, AGL Community Relations Manager on 0499 027 630 or visit www.agl.com.au/cribpoint.


02/11/17 - Port of Hastings deploys innovative new Sealite buoy in Western Port

Sealite's new Atlantic 3000 ocean buoy is the first large ocean buoy in its class to offer a 3 metre diameter float section without the incorporation of a central steel mooring post. This innovative modular design ensures the buoy is fast, safe plus easy to assemble and deploy.

10/08/2017 - The Port of Hastings Development Authority welcomes the announcement by AGL that the Port's jetty located at Crib Point in Western Port is the preferred location for AGL's gas import jetty. This project will help secure the states gas supply needs and bring competition to the domestic market.