In 2018 we asked for the community’s input on the Sorrento Coastal and Marine Management Plan. Your feedback inspired the new look and feel of both Websters Corner, Sullivan Bay and Western Sister areas along the cultural walk from the ferry terminal to the Sisters headlands near Blairgowrie.
We’re now well underway with the planning of Sorrento’s new coastal precinct and are excited to share the plans for Websters Corner, Sullivan Bay and Western Sister with you!
Construction is expected to start late 2023/early 2024.
Last year we sought your feedback on the Sorrento Foreshore Masterplan. This is the primary location to access Sorrento's foreshore and includes the area from the Sorrento Ferry Terminal to the Baths Restaurant.
This Masterplan has now been finalised and can be viewed here: Final Draft Sorrento Foreshore Master Plan.
The Masterplan outlines the design for this key recreational node on the Sorrento foreshore. The design showcases a new playground, new toilets, interpretative signage, cultural trail, new picnic facilities, shade structures and seating. The design will improve connection to the historic sites and improve user experience through better parking as well as easier access to and through the site.
Download: Final Draft Websters Corner Masterplan
The Masterplan covers the old parade ground of the Collins Settlement 1803 between the Western and Eastern Sisters headlands. The design will improve connection to the historic sites and improve user experience through better parking and picnic area layout, new shower and water fountain, interpretative signage, cultural trail, as well as easier access to the site and reflection area.
Download: Final Draft Sullivan Bay Masterplan
The Western Sister Master Plan covers the section of foreshore from the Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club to the Sullivan Bay carpark, taking in the cultural and historic sites of Lavender Hill and the Western Sister. The area has an existing carpark, picnic facilities, the bay trail and beach access.
The Plan features an updated carpark and picnic layout, the addition of an all abilities beach access ramp, a new toilet, new bike racks a feature boardwalk and a reflective space. The design will improve the connection to the historic sites in this unique and significant location of the Mornington Peninsula.
The final plans are on exhibition until 23 September. If you have any questions or comments about the Western Sister plan, fill in the form below.
When the Plan is adopted by Council budget will be allocated for construction likely during 2023 – 24 financial year.
Download: DRAFT Western Sister Masterplan