Recreational fisherman will soon be able to ply their trade in greater comfort at a Port Fairy angling hotspot.
Works commissioned by Moyne Shire Council are underway at Martins Point and are expected to be complete by the end of this week.
Moyne Shire director of infrastructure and environment Trev Greenberger explained the scope of the project.
"Works are underway at Martins Point to install new seating, renew the guardrail posts and move some of the guardrail back by around half a metre to allow for the new seats to be installed on concrete slabs," Mr Greenberger said.
Martins Point is a popular location along the Moyne River for dropping in a line, with the Port Fairy Angling Club regularly using it as the venue for its community and school fishing clinics.
A playground, barbecue and public toilets make the area a popular place for an outing for visitors and local families.