Tag Archive | barge & ferry

Jetty

Coochiemudlo Island and Victoria Point jetty projects

Redland City Council (RCC) is partnering with the Queensland Government to jointly fund the replacement of the Coochiemudlo Island Jetty and the demolition of the old jetty for an estimated cost of $4.6 million. Dredging work is also expected to begin at Victoria Point in October 2014 in preparation for the Queensland Government’s planned investment of […]

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New barge timetable and fees from Amity Trader

Amity Trader, the new operator of the Coochie barge service, has just released its service timetable and schedule of fees.  This new information is now reflected in the barge service page.  You can also download your own copies here: Coochiemudlo Island Barge Service Timetable Coochiemudlo Island Schedule of Barge Fees   The only change to […]

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Bayside Bulletin

New owner for Coochie barge company

  JUDITH KERR 4 Jan 2012 10:05AM Coochiemudlo Island residents are adjusting to life with a new barge operator after Moreton Island barge owner Steve Wallace bought the beleaguered Megamia Barge service on December 22. Mr Wallace, who owns the six-car barge Scorpio which services southern Moreton Island from Amity Point, will run Megamia Barges’ […]

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Council suspends operator and ensures barge service to 19th December

  Redland City Council made the following announcement on their website at http://redland.qld.gov.au on 5 December 2011: On 5 December, Council issued a two-week suspension notice and compliance notice to the operator of the Coochiemudlo barge services to address the breaches of their permit, including failure to operate in accordance with permit conditions.  As a […]

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Bayside Bulletin

Council steps in to provide island barge service

  04 Dec, 2011 01:03 PM COOCHIEMUDLO Island will have a barge service tomorrow, Monday, December 5, operating out of Redland Bay, after Redland City Council stepped in over the weekend and hired Stradbroke Ferries. Coochiemudlo Island residents will have to use the Weinam Creek precinct tomorrow, as the larger Stradbroke Ferries barge is unsuitable […]

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Bayside Bulletin

Coochiemudlo barge out of action again

  JUDITH KERR 01 Dec, 2011 01:15 PM THE Coochiemudlo Island barge service is out of action again after the gearbox on the Sirenia broke this morning. There will be no barge service to the island until tomorrow afternoon, when it is hoped repairs to the gearbox will be completed.  However, it is expected the […]

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