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Cowes PS Concert
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It’s next stop Newcastle in February next year after the Phillip Island Boardrider’s Club claimed the Victorian round of the Australian
Boardrider’s Battle at their home break of Cape Woolamai over the weekend (see story inside). Members of the winning Phillip Island
Boardrider’s Club team are pictured, from left they are Glyndon Ringrose, Joe Van Dijk, Carl Wright, Amber Goldsbury, Sage Goldsbury,
Stephen Noble and Sophie Fletcher.
Anyone want a car ferry
terminal on their beach?
IT SEEMS the mooted Cowes car ferry may
be good in theory but not so great in practice.
Following an initial round of community con-
sultation in October, a discussion paper was
last week released ahead of the draft business
case, expected in early 2018.
The discussion paper, compiled by Earth-
Check consultant Mark Olsen, found that while
a majority of 1100 people surveyed supported
the concept of a Cowes car ferry, there was no
suitable location for a terminal in Cowes.
And while the discussion paper forecasts an
estimated 166,179 additional visitors via the
ferry to the island by 2025, who will spend a
predicted $18.85 million per annum, there are
a long list of issues – especially environmental
and social impacts – that need to be addressed
before a car ferry can proceed.
The 93-page discussion paper summarises
findings from the first round of industry and
community consultation and invites input to
the draft business case; but it is page 43 that of-
fers the starkest analysis for Cowes residents.
The paper states that feedback has raised the
following concerns on a terminal site:
“Mussel Rocks is unsuitable as it is a commu-
nity asset and the car ferry would destroy the
visual amenity of the beach, a key recreational
asset,” the paper states.
“The Cowes Yacht Club is unsuitable due to
its proximity to residents, insufficient size of
the site, the cost of relocation, and the impact
on resident use of the beach.”
According to the discussion paper, the yacht
club held a special general meeting and “unani-
mously resolved that the club does not want to
Continued page 2.
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