Help Shape the Port Coogee Marina Expansion


The City of Cockburn is inviting your feedback on a Business Case and preferred draft Concept Plan to expand Port Coogee Marina.

Background:

The Marina was originally designed with a future expansion in mind, to meet the demands of the growing community. With current occupancy rates above 90%, growing wait lists for boat bays and more residents set to call the nearby Maraboo Island development home, now is the opportune time to progress this journey.

What has happened so far:

To begin the journey, the City sought feedback on what needed to be considered as part of the expansion process. The City engaged industry professional consultants to then develop a Business Case and preferred Draft Concept Design (the preparation of a Business Case is a requirement of the Local Government Act 1995).

The Business Case and preferred draft Concept Design were approved in September 2019 for public advertising. We are now seeking your feedback on the Business Case and preferred Draft Concept Design.

What will happen next:

Following the public comment period, the Business Case and preferred Draft Concept Design will be reviewed.

The Plans will then be put to Council to consider for endorsement in December 2019.

Should Council endorse the Plans, the City will begin the detailed design process.

View the Documents:

  • Port Coogee Marina Expansion Business Case (See Document Library)
  • Preferred Draft Concept Design (See Document Library)

About the Business Case and Preferred Draft Concept Design:

The preferred draft Concept Design and Business Case propose additional facilities for the Marina, such as boat bays, parking bays and waste facilities. The design is required to meet the Australian Standard Design for Marinas (which outlines the number of land and marine facilities needed to support an expanding marina business).

It is envisaged that the proposed upgrades will be undertaken in two stages.

Key features of the preferred Draft Concept Design include:

  • 2 x Bin store areas
  • Rated Loading area for boats
  • Reconfigured fueling facility
  • Designated parking area (to be reviewed in future)
  • 1 x 30m Boat Bay
  • 1 x 22m Boat Bay
  • 27 x 20m Boat Bays
  • 11 x 18m Boat Bays
  • 1 x 16m Boat Bay
  • 53 x 15m Boat Bays
  • 3 x 14m Boat Bay
  • 1 x 12m Boat Bay
  • 5 X 10m Boat Bay
  • 11 x Jetski Bays
  • Perimeter community board walk on the southern end of Maraboo Island
  • Removal of 3 existing bays to comply with fairway widths


Have Your Say:

Feedback closes 6 November 2019.

Find out more:

  • View the FAQ (on the right hand side of this page)
  • Attend an Information Session:

Thursday 17 October, 7am-8am, Regis Port Coogee (72 Pantheon Ave, North Coogee)

Wednesday 23 October, 6pm - 7pm, Regis Port Coogee (72 Pantheon Ave, North Coogee)

  • Contact the Project Team

Ph: 9411 3444

E: customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au


The City of Cockburn is inviting your feedback on a Business Case and preferred draft Concept Plan to expand Port Coogee Marina.

Background:

The Marina was originally designed with a future expansion in mind, to meet the demands of the growing community. With current occupancy rates above 90%, growing wait lists for boat bays and more residents set to call the nearby Maraboo Island development home, now is the opportune time to progress this journey.

What has happened so far:

To begin the journey, the City sought feedback on what needed to be considered as part of the expansion process. The City engaged industry professional consultants to then develop a Business Case and preferred Draft Concept Design (the preparation of a Business Case is a requirement of the Local Government Act 1995).

The Business Case and preferred draft Concept Design were approved in September 2019 for public advertising. We are now seeking your feedback on the Business Case and preferred Draft Concept Design.

What will happen next:

Following the public comment period, the Business Case and preferred Draft Concept Design will be reviewed.

The Plans will then be put to Council to consider for endorsement in December 2019.

Should Council endorse the Plans, the City will begin the detailed design process.

View the Documents:

  • Port Coogee Marina Expansion Business Case (See Document Library)
  • Preferred Draft Concept Design (See Document Library)

About the Business Case and Preferred Draft Concept Design:

The preferred draft Concept Design and Business Case propose additional facilities for the Marina, such as boat bays, parking bays and waste facilities. The design is required to meet the Australian Standard Design for Marinas (which outlines the number of land and marine facilities needed to support an expanding marina business).

It is envisaged that the proposed upgrades will be undertaken in two stages.

Key features of the preferred Draft Concept Design include:

  • 2 x Bin store areas
  • Rated Loading area for boats
  • Reconfigured fueling facility
  • Designated parking area (to be reviewed in future)
  • 1 x 30m Boat Bay
  • 1 x 22m Boat Bay
  • 27 x 20m Boat Bays
  • 11 x 18m Boat Bays
  • 1 x 16m Boat Bay
  • 53 x 15m Boat Bays
  • 3 x 14m Boat Bay
  • 1 x 12m Boat Bay
  • 5 X 10m Boat Bay
  • 11 x Jetski Bays
  • Perimeter community board walk on the southern end of Maraboo Island
  • Removal of 3 existing bays to comply with fairway widths


Have Your Say:

Feedback closes 6 November 2019.

Find out more:

  • View the FAQ (on the right hand side of this page)
  • Attend an Information Session:

Thursday 17 October, 7am-8am, Regis Port Coogee (72 Pantheon Ave, North Coogee)

Wednesday 23 October, 6pm - 7pm, Regis Port Coogee (72 Pantheon Ave, North Coogee)

  • Contact the Project Team

Ph: 9411 3444

E: customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au

Survey: Port Coogee Marina Business Case and Preferred Draft Concept Design

View the Business Case and preferred Draft Concept Plan for the expansion of Port Coogee Marina and share your thoughts by completing this short survey. Survey closes 6 November 2019.


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1. How often do you visit Port Coogee Marina?
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3. I feel the Business Case identifies the needs and vision for Port Coogee Marina well:
4. I would like to see the Marina’s facilities expanded so more people can use and benefit from it:
5. When it comes to Port Coogee Marina, how important to you are the following features?
5. When it comes to Port Coogee Marina, how important to you are the following features? Very Important Important Somewhat Important Not Very Important Not at All Important
Size of boat bays
Number of boat bays
Orientation of boat bays
Provision of jetski bays
Bin storage and access to bins
Loading zones for vehicles
Pedestrian/accessibility ramps
Public jetty
Public perimeter board walk
Parking in close proximity to jetties
Load rated platform to transfer items from vessels to vehicles
Fuel facility
Marina toilets/showers in close proximity to marina pens
Overall aesthetic
Other (please specify):
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6. After viewing the preferred draft Concept Design, how suitable do you believe the design of these features are for the expansion of Port Coogee Marina (keeping in mind that a more detailed design will be produced in the next stage of the process)?
6. After viewing the preferred draft Concept Design, how suitable do you believe the design of these features are for the expansion of Port Coogee Marina (keeping in mind that a more detailed design will be produced in the next stage of the process)? Very suitable Suitable OK Not Suitable Very Unsuitable
Number of boat bays provided
Size options of boat bays provided
Orientation of boat bays provided
Jetski bays provided
Perimeter board walk for community provided
Loading areas provided
Fuelling facility provided
Parking provided
Bin storage provided
Public jetty provided
9. Is there anything else you would like to see included in the preferred Draft Concept Design?
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11. Overall, I consider the preferred Draft Concept Design to be:
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12. Overall, I consider the Business Case to be:
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