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Olivers Hill Boat Ramp

Marine Frankston

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Phone: 1300 322 842

Description

Experience the excitement of powered water activities, including jet-skiing, and powered boating, on an amazing beach backdrop. 

Council recognises that Permit holders may now have some concern around the use of the boat ramp parking and how it will now be enforced. All signage in the area has been updated to reflect clearly that all vehicles parked in this area must have a water sport trailer attached to their vehicle for parking or will be at risk of being infringed. 

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