Clump Point Mission Beach boating infrastructure project

Works were undertaken to upgrade the public boating facilities at Mission Beach Clump Point.

The project delivered in 2 phases was completed in mid-November 2020. 

Phase 1 works included:

  • additional boat ramp lane
  • upgrade existing breakwater
  • upgrade existing car park and turning area
  • installation of a new detached breakwater
  • installation of a toilet block in the southern carpark. 

Phase 2 works included the construction of:

  • an access jetty
  • 2 berthing pontoons
  • 2 floating walkways
  • 5 pen berths
  • 6 swing moorings.

View the fly-over video – courtesy of MGN Civil Pty Ltd.

Benefits

  • Contributes to regional growth
  • Contributes to economy

Key features

  • Will improve boating infrastructure, facilitate local economic development, enable joint commercial and recreational usage and respect the rich natural environment and cultural heritage of Mission Beach
  • Support the Mission Beach community by assisting the re-establishment of a reef-based tourist market and provide improved recreational boating facilities

Current status

The construction works are now complete with bed levelling works also undertaken during the suitable tides in mid-November 2020. 

Environmental 

View the final environmental approval for the Mission Beach Clump Point boating infrastructure upgrade project from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority.

An extensive traffic management plan was in place during construction which includes measures to avoid impacts on the environmental and cultural values of the area, avoids impact to cassowaries and minimises disruption caused by construction traffic.

Mission Beach Clump Point Boating Infrastructure Project: Construction Environmental Management Plan (PDF, 22.07MB)