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Accessibility in Kingston

The City of Kingston is committed to improving accessibility across the city. 

A number of projects are currently underway in Mordialloc.

The Victorian Government has committed $2.6 million to improve recreational boating on Mordialloc Creek. 
These include works on the new wheelchair-friendly floating pontoon on Mordialloc Creek near the Pier, the replacement of the boating gangways and pontoons at the Governor Road Boat Ramp, upgrades to the George Woods Reserve car park, traffic improvements on Governor Road and dredging works to improve boating access on Mordialloc Creek. View more about these projects below or visit Better Boating Victoria for updates. 

The City of Kingston has also invested $1 million to create the city’s third Changing Places Accessible Toilet at Peter Scullin Reserve.  It will be the third to be built in the city. A fourth one will soon be built at the Carrum Foreshore Park, as part of the Level Crossing Removal Project’s works.