Princes Pier

Newly refurbished Princes Pier was once an integral part of Victoria's immigration and maritime history. Since being reopened to the public in 2011, Princes Pier is now home to the Piers Festival and part of a larger redevelopment of Port Melbourne.

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Princes Pier

Port Melbourne 3207

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