Point Nepean Master Plan Implementation

Following a $3.7 million State Government investment, the delivery of key actions from the Point Nepean Master Plan (2017) is underway.


The project

Funded actions include:

1. Upgrade of the Defence Road out to Fort Nepean - Completed December 2018

This project delivered improved visitor safety and enabled bicycle access to Fort Nepean

2. New visitor facilities - Completed July 2020

This project delivered improved day visitor facilities at the Quarantine Station including seating, picnic and BBQ facilities with shelters and drinking water fountains

3. An uplift of the Quarantine Station disinfecting complex and park-wide interpretation and storytelling - Underway - Completion due December 2021

This project will deliver innovative ways to reveal the complex and layered stories of the park, allowing visitors to gain a deeper understanding of its incredible natural values, significance to traditional owners and history.

4. A new camping experience at the Quarantine Station – Underway - Completion due December 2021

This project will deliver a new low impact, short stay camping experience within the Quarantine Station area, including access to pre-pitched tents and basic facilities.


Project funding

$3.7 million State Government funding


Keep up to date

Have questions or want to learn more about this project, contact us on:
Phone 13 1963
Email info@parks.vic.gov.au


University of Melbourne’s National Centre for Coasts and Climate

On 15 April, a memorandum of understanding (MOU) was established between the Department of Environment, Land, Planning and Water (DELWP) and the University of Melbourne.

The purpose of the MOU is to:

  • provide a mechanism for the University of Melbourne to secure $2.1 million of available Federal funding for marine science related research of relevance to the park
  • establish a working relationship for the sharing of ‘regulatory and policy information’ relevant to the facility
  • facilitate the University of Melbourne’s preparation of a final proposal for a National Centre for Coasts and Climate research facility at Point Nepean National Park.

As stated in the MOU, DELWP and the University of Melbourne will explore “the potential to establish an education and research facility in a manner that will not be detrimental to the protection of the park, including its natural, Indigenous, historic, cultural landscape and recreational values.”

Background documents

  • Any information contained in these documents is provided for general information only.
  • Parks Victoria makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy of any information contained in these documents.
  • Many of the documents include concepts or suggestions from external consultants that have provided input into Parks Victoria’s planning processes.  Not all concepts or suggestions have been incorporated into the strategic directions for the Point Nepean National Park.  Any views or opinions expressed in these documents do not necessary represent the views or opinions of Parks Victoria.
  • Parks Victoria shall have no liability for any statements, opinions, information or matters (express or implied) arising out of, contained in or derived from, or for any omissions from, or failure to correct any information in these documents.

Point Nepean National Park Master Plan

The Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water, Lily D’Ambrosio, released the Point Nepean National Park Master Plan 2017 on Sunday 21 January 2018. The Master Plan reflects government policy and the outcomes of extensive consultation with community and stakeholders.


Services/As-Built Drawings


Ecological Requirements

Storytelling and Interpretation



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