RHYLL JETTIES

1st Jetty 1911 – Built by John Hutcheon, 1877.

Photo: Walton family.

Goods Shed with soldiers leaving for the First War 1915.

Goods Shed with soldiers leaving for the First War 1915.

1st Jetty c1934. End of jetty collapsing.

Photo: Victorian Railways. State Library of Victoria Collection.

Ferry Dolphin 1950’s.
Built c1928 by the Ferry Company. Used by Alvina and Genista.

Photo: A. E. Hutchinson

Dorward’s Jetty 1960’s. Built by George Dorward for his slipway c1928

Photo: N. Smith.

2nd Jetty 1980’s.
Built 1947. Wider and higher than 1st jetty. Goods shed cut down in size and moved inland. Names of visiting yachts painted on weatherboards inside.

Photo: J. E. Jansson

3rd Jetty, storm and high tide 25th June 2004

Photo: R. Hately

3rd Jetty, Golden Princess visit, 28th October 2019.
Built 1984 with concrete and treated timber piles. Piles from 1st and 2nd jetty still visible beneath.

Photo: J. E. Jansson.

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