The call for expressions of interest in the Port Hedland Spoilbank Marina project has now closed. All tenders relating to the project will be advertised on Tenders WA.
The $121.5 million Port Hedland Spoilbank Marina project aims to transform Port Hedland’s waterfront into an attractive and popular destination for locals and visitors. Featuring boat pens and a four-lane boat ramp, the marina will provide boaties with safer access to deep water, a sheltered area to moor their vessels, and ample vehicle and trailer parking.
The marina will be supported by a multi-million-dollar foreshore development, aiming to create a vibrant space for people, young and old, to enjoy the iconic waterfront location. This will include a waterside promenade, grassed areas for picnics and events, amenities block, landscaped gardens and public art.
The Port Hedland Spoilbank Marina is
funded by the State Government through the Pilbara Development Commission and
the Town of Port Hedland. The project design has been led by an inter-agency
Taskforce comprised of the Pilbara Development Commission, Department of
Transport, Pilbara Ports Authority, Town of Port
Hedland, DevelopmentWA and Department of Treasury.
Take a look at the final project design.
A key focus of the Port Hedland Spoilbank Marina project is to provide employment and business opportunities for local workers and businesses in Port Hedland and the wider Pilbara region. The $121.5 million project is expected to create more than 200 direct jobs during construction.
The online register for expressions of interest in the Port Hedland Spoilbank Marina Project closed on 24 July 2020. All tenders relating to the project will be advertised on Tenders WA.
For more information contact Principal Local Content Advisor Corina Docking via email on Corina.Docking@pdc.wa.gov.au or via telephone on T 6551 7503 / M 0436 443 813.
The Port Hedland Spoilbank Marina project provides the foundation infrastructure for the Waterfront Masterplan, which was developed in 2019 by the Town of Port Hedland following extensive community consultation. The Masterplan has been prepared to capture the future aspirational vision for the development of the Spoilbank Marina precinct.
To view the Port Hedland Marina and Waterfront Masterplan visit the Town of Port Hedland website.
2 November 2019 – Port Hedland marina and waterfront Masterplan released
25 September 2019 – Site investigations begin for Spoilbank Marina
7 August 2019 – Spoilbank Marina design expanded to include four-lane boat ramp