Coogee dive trail stairs

Consultation has concluded

September 2017

New stairs are being installed so that divers can safely access the Coogee Maritime Trail.

Final works commenced in August. However the recent storms have removed considerable sand and the steel coffer dam, which was constructed at the base of the stairs to allow concrete to be poured, was destroyed. The steel structures need to be removed.

We trust this information is useful and helps to inform you about the structure and its location. If you have further questions, please email them to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au

The Coogee Maritime Trail is being developed by the City of Cockburn in partnership with the Western Australian Museum, Murdoch University Divers and Perth NRM.

It will feature land-based and underwater attractions, showcasing the Omeo, the State's premier shore-based shipwreck.

September 2017

New stairs are being installed so that divers can safely access the Coogee Maritime Trail.

Final works commenced in August. However the recent storms have removed considerable sand and the steel coffer dam, which was constructed at the base of the stairs to allow concrete to be poured, was destroyed. The steel structures need to be removed.

We trust this information is useful and helps to inform you about the structure and its location. If you have further questions, please email them to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au

The Coogee Maritime Trail is being developed by the City of Cockburn in partnership with the Western Australian Museum, Murdoch University Divers and Perth NRM.

It will feature land-based and underwater attractions, showcasing the Omeo, the State's premier shore-based shipwreck.