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Dunwich (Goompi) jetty—boating and fishing facility

Location: Harold Walker jetty, Dunwich (Goompi), North Stradbroke Island
Timing: Construction to commence early 2023
Status: Planning

We are replacing the existing jetty structure at Dunwich (Goompi) on North Stradbroke Island. The 35 year old jetty has been closed since June 2020 owing to corrosion issues.

In March 2021, the Queensland Government committed to funding a replacement facility for community use.

The feedback submissions received during the November to December 2021 community consultation have been reviewed and considered. From this, the project team has gained a greater understanding of the requirements of local users for a replacement facility.


  • Improves safety
  • Contributes to economy
  • Accommodates family fishing separated from boating access
  • Caters for community boating including occasional charter boat use

Key features

Proposed concepts

Following review of the November/December community consultation, an updated concept has been developed to address the need for a combination of a fishing platform and a gangway access pontoon at the Dunwich (Goompi) Junner Street jetty site.

Updated Concept Multipurpose fishing platform and pontoon at Harold Walker jetty site.

The concept features construction of a new 10x4.5m fishing platform in the location of the existing jetty head, with the addition of a separate 12x4m pontoon (maximum allowable size for this location), being a single module with 2 piles and a 24m access gangway, which is required to achieve a 1:8 slope at low tides. 

The fishing platform will include seating, a shaded area, and solar lighting.

Additional consultation period

We are inviting past users of the jetty and the wider community to provide feedback on the updated concept. If you would like to be added to our stakeholder email list, please let us know via email

Consultation period: Monday, 4 April to Friday 6 May 2022*.

*Extended from original close date of 22 April 2022.

Project stages

  • 15 November to 13 December 2021: community consultation period
  • 4 April to 6 May 2022: second round of community consultation
  • Mid-2022: tendering for detailed design and construction
  • Early 2023: construction commences
  • Mid-2023: works completion (weather permitting)

Contact us

Phone: 13 QGOV (13 74 68)

Last updated
22 April 2022