Set aside - Frankston Waterfront Festival - 15 February 2020
Port Management Act 1995 (Vic.)
Port Management (Local Ports) Regulations 2015
Set Aside Determination – Regulation 11(1)
Local ports of Port Phillip, Western Port and/or Port Campbell
I, Graeme Davis, District Manager of Parks Victoria (as delegate of the Port Manager), determine under Regulation 11(1) of the Port Management (Local Ports) Regulations 2015 that the areas defined in the following table are set aside for the purposes and conditions specified.
This determination has been made in accordance with Regulation 11(2)
(b) if the port manager reasonably believes that there is imminent risk of—
(i) harm or damage to—
(a) the health or safety of any person; or
(b) local port facilities or other property; or
(c) the natural environment; or
(ii) significant interference with the safe, efficient and effective management of the local port.
In accordance with Regulation 11(4), this determination replaces any previous set aside determination made by the port manager in respect of that area or any part there of that area for the period specified in this temporary determination.
This determination applies from 2100hrs until 2230hrs on Saturday 15 February 2020.
Signed at Melbourne by Graeme Davis
Determination to set aside an area in a local port in which access to that area is prohibited or restricted for not more than 90 days.
Prohibit entry by people if circumstances may place their safety at risk.
The area as shown on Map (PDF) attached.
Frankston Waterfront Festival event, Port of Port Phillip, Frankston Pier - the 360° set aside area extends for a 150m radius from the head of the Pier including the pier itself.
Reasonable conditions (Regulation 14)
Between 2100hrs and 2230hrs on Saturday 15 February 2020.
Entry is prohibited to all persons excluding the event officials and Parks Victoria staff.