Spoilbank Marina

The Spoilbank Marina project represents an important step toward the activation of the Port Hedland waterfront for the local community and those from further afield. 

Following an announcement of the 2019 WA State Government to commit funding to the Spoilbank Marina Development Project in Port Hedland, the Town of Port Hedland and Pilbara Development Commission (PDC) have been given the responsibility to oversee the planning, detailed design and delivery of the Spoilbank Marina.

An expert consultant team has been formed to engage with key stakeholders and the community, undertake detailed design work and secure the necessary approvals.

Draft Masterplan

Thank you to everyone that provided feedback on the draft masterplan for the Port Hedland Marina and Waterfront. Your feedback is currently being collated and considered.

A copy of the presentation boards that were on display at the Open day can be found in the link below:

Open Day Display Boards - Draft Masterplan

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 Further information can be found in the Draft Masterplan reports below:

Draft Port Hedland Marina and Waterfront Masterplan

Port Hedland Marina and Waterfront Draft Place Plan

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Community Consultation

Community and stakeholder involvement has been critical in ensuring the creation of a vibrant waterfront destination and deliver maximum economic and social benefits for the town, region and local community. The Town has engaged with the Port Hedland community over many years as plans for the Spoilbank have evolved. In line with the recent commitment to the project, the Town has initiated an engagement process to inform the formulation of the Masterplan, as follows:

  • Stakeholder Interviews (August 2019)
  • Vision and Design Workshop (12 September 2019)
  • Kariyarra Workshop (4 & 5 September 2019)
  • Kariyarra Design Workshop (30 September 2019)
  • Online Survey (13-22 September 2019)
  • Public Advertising of Masterplan (2-11 November 2019)
  • Public Open Day (2 November 2019)

The outcomes of the process are contained in the Vision Placemaking and Design workshop Outcomes Report

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Next Steps

See below for upcoming project milestones:

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Further information

Further project information can be found on Department of Transport's website by clicking the link below:

Marine project information


Spoilbank Community Reference Group (SCRG)

The Spoilbank Community Reference Group (SCRG) has been formed to help ensure this project delivers the maximum economic and social benefits for the town by reflecting the direct views of stakeholders in the local community.

The SCRG provides stakeholder input and advice to the Land Activation Working Group. Members represent their organisation's views on the Marina and voice any concerns, recommendations or ideas in meetings.

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The group consists of representation from the following groups:

  • Port Hedland Volunteer Marine Sea Rescue
  • Port Hedland Yacht Club
  • Care for Hedland
  • Returned and Services League (RSL)
  • TS Pilbara
  • Kariyarra
  • Port Hedland Chamber of Commerce
  • Port Hedland Fishing Club
  • Hedland Collective
  • Port Hedland Seafarers Centre
  • GT Diving
  • Pilbara Tourism Association
  • Jayrow Helicopters
  • 2x community members

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Please click on the link below for Meeting Minutes and supporting documents:

SCRG Meeting  1 

4 July 2019

SCRG Meeting 1 Minutes

Attachment - Spoilbank Community Reference Group - Terms of Reference

Attachment - Port Hedland Waterfront Place Plan (Village Well 2014)

Attachment - Spoilbank Marina Concept