The Ozone Road jetty at the east end of Ozone Road is aesthetically significant at a LOCAL level. Although rebuilt in c.1952-56 from the original (1911) design, the timber structure with its T plan is an integral visual and physical amenity to the Barwon River bank as part of the eastern-most fringe of Barwon Heads.
The Ozone Road jetty at the east end of Ozone Road is historically significant at a LOCAL level. It is associated with the work of the Geelong Harbour Trust, together with the growth of the Barwon Heads township for the need for a second jetty, from 1911.
Overall, the Ozone Road jetty at the east end of Ozone Road is of LOCAL significance.
1. 'The Geelong Harbor Trust Commissioners Proposed Plan of Small Boat Jetty, Barwon Heads', 1911, Geelong Historical Records Centre.