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92 Dunsmore Rd, Cowes
886 Phillip Island Rd, Newhaven
MULCHES, SOIL, ROCKS,
Closed public holidays
Oyster hatchery venture
planned for Newhaven
A PROPOSED oyster hatchery at Newhaven
could be operational in a year’s time, employing
up to 20 people locally, if an application for a
lease extension is successful.
Phillip Island Oyster Hatchery owner, Steven
Cooper, is currently seeking the extension of
the 21 year lease on the Crown land property
with the Bass Coast Shire, which includes two
sheds and a concrete ramp to the water.
The hatchery at Beach Crescent would – when
operational – produce between 50 and 100 mil-
lion oyster spat per year, to about 12 weeks of
age, which would then be grown out at Mr Coo -
per’s 400 hectare off-shore lease at Flinders.
“The numbers we can produce will be sig-
nificant with the majority of our oysters to be
exported, so the employment opportunities lo -
cally and further afield are considerable,” Mr
Submissions to the lease extension applica-
tion closed in December, with the shire receiv-
ing no submissions.
According to shire acting CEO Allison Jones,
council will now proceed to negotiate with Mr
Cooper towards a new lease.
“Part of the proposed lease conditions are for
the requirement to upgrade the carpark and
a visual amenity improvement to the site,” Ms
Mr Cooper said once the lease had been se-
cured, the Beach Crescent location would be
revamped inside and out.
“One of the sheds is still the old winch house
for the former Port of Melbourne slipway,” he
Continued page 2.
Sailing away to summer fun
Abby Beddoe (left) and Gemma Murrell were among a group of 40 youngsters who have been learning how to sail at the Cowes Yacht
Club over the last week. The children learned water safety, how to rig and then how to sail the club’s training boats. The learn to sail
program, known as Tackers is for children aged from 7-12 and is all about fun and learning through games and challenges. Cowes Yacht
Club will be running another programme from January 11-15.
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