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Mandorah Marine Facilities

Opened 24 Mar 2022

Closed 22 Apr 2022

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Overview

The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics (DIPL) proposes to develop the Mandorah Marine Facilities (proposal), a weather-resistant ferry berthing facility at Mandorah (within Lots 116 and 50, Hundred of Bray), to improve transport connectivity between the Cox Peninsula and Darwin.

The proposal area would cover 6 hectares comprising:

  • northern and southern rock armoured breakwaters
  • dredging of an access channel, turning basin and berthing areas
  • a new single lane boat ramp and car park modification
  • floating pontoon, gangway, jetty and rock armoured access causeway
  • a ferry terminal building.

Why we are consulting

Your feedback plays an important role and will be considered by the NT EPA in deciding whether the proposed action requires environmental impact assessment, and if so the required method of assessment.

Consultation helps the NT EPA and proponent to identify issues of concern and potential effects, as well as get feedback from stakeholders on project options or potential mitigation measures.

The NT EPA has prepared guidance for making a public submission PDF (260.9 KB) that outlines when comments will be sought, how to make an effective comment and what will happen to your comment.

Statutory notice 24 March 2022

The NT EPA invites public comment on a referral for standard assessment submitted by DIPL to develop the Mandorah Marine Facilities (proposal), a weather-resistant ferry berthing facility at Mandorah (within Lots 116 and 50, Hundred of Bray), to improve transport connectivity between the Cox Peninsula and Darwin.

The referral documents can be inspected and obtained below. Interested persons may make a submission by 22 April 2022. The NT EPA publishes this notice in accordance with regulation 52(1) of the Environment Protection Regulations 2020.

Documents

For more information about the referral read the environmental impact assessment register for Mandorah Marine Facilities.

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