Facts & Figures
Originally swamp land, then a bustling docks, modern Docklands nestles between picturesque Victoria Harbour and Melbourne’s CBD. It comprises eight precincts: Batman’s Hill, Stadium Precinct, Digital Harbour, Victoria Harbour, New Quay, Yarra’s Edge, District Docklands, and Studio Precinct.
Here is a range of resources for you to better know Docklands.
City of Melbourne
Holding responsibility under the Local Government Act 1989, the City of Melbourne has broad powers to carry out activities in the Docklands precinct.
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
Responsible for integration of climate change, energy, environment, water, forests, planning, local government and emergency management functions.
Responsible for managing the design and delivery of major civic projects, property development and urban renewal projects on behalf of the Victorian Government.
Responsible for the environmental management of waterways, including drainage and sewage systems, treating and supplying drinking and recycled water and flood protection.
Responsible for recreational activities on the Yarra and Maribyrnong Rivers and managing facilities for navigational safety and port infrastructure for commercial activities.
Regulations & Endorsed Plans
Research & Statistics