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    The Ogden Point Breakwater…

    Work on The Ogden Point Breakwater included over one million tons of rock and ten thousand granite blocks.

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    The Olympic Mountains

    Stroll along the breakwater with the magnificent Olympic Mountains in the distance.

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    Dallas Road

    One of the many incredible walks from Ogden Point to Victoria.

The Ogden Point Enhancement Society, a registered charity, was established in 1996 when then Mayor, Bob Cross, organized a group of volunteers to beautify the Ogden Point area and create public space. As a result of these meetings, the Ogden Point Enhancement Society was formed to initiate the Concept Plan. The Concept Plan defined the areas to be used by vehicles and pedestrian access corridors to improve safety and security. It also took into consideration the importance of an aesthetically pleasing public port facility and related tourism activity. Since those beginnings the Ogden Point Enhancement Society has completed several phases of enhancement.

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Interpretive Signage

As part of the enhancement and public use of the South Shore of Ogden Point, and a link to the Harbour Pathway project, the Ogden Point Enhancement Society (OPES) has completed the installation of an ecological information kiosk.

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Download our new Walking App

Our new Walking App, the first of its kind in Victoria, allows you to find your way around Victoria directly from Ogden Point to dozens of downtown attractions, Bike Routes and Sights, Museums, Restaurants and more. Download it now at the App Store FREE

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The History of the Breakwater

Work on The Ogden Point Breakwater included over one million tons of rock and ten thousand granite blocks. Two piers and a cargo warehouse were completed in 1918. Construction included fifty three concrete caissons and over one million cubic yards of dredged fill. Read more >

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