The idea of a marina at Ocean Reef was first 'floated'.
$700,000 commitment from State Government.
Start of preliminary studies including engineering, environmental, financial feasibility, land assembly, and surveying.
Concept Plan development.
City of Joondalup survey on Concept 7.
Request to amend the Metropolitan Region Scheme (MRS) boundary submitted to the WA Planning Commission.
Environmental Protection Authority decided to assess the marine-based components via a Public Environmental Review (PER).
DevelopmentWA appointed at lead proponent on the project.
PER and MRS amendment report released for public consultation.
State Government formally supports and allocates $120million to the project.
Memorandum of Understanding signed between the State Government and City of Joondalup.
Concept Plan review and refinement complete.
Community Reference Group formed to guide the design of the public spaces in the marina.
Marine environmental approval following PER.
Marmion Marine Park Reserves Bill successfully passed through both Houses of Parliament.
MRS Amendment approval.
Start of early works construction.
Announcement of funding towards relocation of Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club and Marine Rescue Whitfords.
Start of breakwater construction.