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Woodman Point Ammo Jetty Coastal upgrades



  • Coastal

    Project type
  • $9.69 million More info

    Total budget
  • In Planning

    Project phase
  • TBC

    Jobs supported

The Woodman Point Jetty, also known as the Ammo Jetty, was originally constructed in 1903 for loading and unloading explosives.

The jetty has become a popular area for swimming, fishing, snorkelling and scuba diving, however it is well beyond its intended life and works to replace the structure are now in the detailed design phase, led by the Department of Transport

The final concept for the new jetty has been unveiled and includes a 50-metre long, 3-metre wide T head. 





  • More than double the space for fishing in deep water
  • Better access to the water for swimmers and divers
  • A wider main deck providing a safer environment
  • Increased protection for the valued marine biota on the existing jetty piles

Project map

This map shows an aerial view of the project location.