Regional ports

To make sure regional ports continue to prosper, we developed the NSW Regional Ports Strategy to help guide the growth of regional ports and infrastructure.

Coastal harbours

We’re responsible for managing 25 coastal harbours along the NSW coast. Coastal harbours are important to the local communities, providing job opportunities, tourism and recreation and are contributors to the NSW economy through the commercial fishing industry and recreational boating.

For long-term berths, tenures and development opportunities, contact us.

Ballina

Ballina is situated on the Richmond River and is approximately 600 kilometres north of Sydney on the far north coast of NSW.

Coastal harbour facilities at Ballina are located on the northern side of the river about 3 and 4.5 kilometres upstream from the river entrance.

Casual berths

  • Ballina Fishermen's Cooperative – 02 6686 2533
  • Roads and Maritime Yamba – 02 6646 1852 or 02 6646 2002
  • Marine Rescue NSW - Ballina 02 6681 4700 or Cape Byron 02 6680 8417

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenance No
Car park Yes
Vessel sewage pumpout No
Fuel - diesel No
Waste oil collection and storage No
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car park No
Public toilets No
Fresh fish outlet No
Retail food and beverage No

Batemans Bay

The coastal harbour of Batemans Bay is situated on the NSW South Coast approximately 220 kilometres south of Sydney.

Work on the coastal harbour began in 1978 by dredging the sandflats behind part of the Clyde River entrance training wall. Currently, the harbour provides berths for about 130 vessels.

There are plans to redevelop the harbour into a modern marina complex and enhance the public space.

Casual berths

  • Batemans Bay Marina – 02 4472 9853
  • Roads and Maritime Batemans Bay – 02 4472 8376
  • Marine Rescue NSW Batemans Bay – 02 4472 3060

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenance Yes
Car park Yes
Vessel sewage pumpout Yes
Fuel - diesel Yes
Waste oil collection and storage Yes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car park Nearby
Public toilets Yes
Fresh fish outlet At town centre
Retail food and beverage Nearby

Bermagui

The coastal harbour of Bermagui is situated on the NSW South Coast approximately 300 kilometres south of Sydney.

The harbour was first formed in 1937 by dredging a shallow natural basin near the entrance of the Bermagui River and the ocean.

Bermagui Harbour is an important maritime asset for both the local economy and NSW fishing industry. It is also a popular south coast recreational fishing and boating centre and is the closest port to the continental shelf along the NSW coast.

Casual berths

  • Bermagui Fishermen’s Cooperative – 02 6493 4575
  • Roads and Maritime Narooma – 02 4476 2364
  • Bermagui Fishermen’s Cooperative – 02 6493 4575
  • Bermagui Boat Repairs/Bermagui Marine Services – 02 6493 4026
  • Marine Rescue NSW Bermagui – 02 6493 4506

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenance Yes
Car park No
Vessel sewage pumpout Yes
Fuel - diesel Yes
Waste oil collection and storage Yes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car park Yes
Public toilets Yes
Fresh fish outlet Yes
Retail food and beverage Yes

Brooklyn

Brooklyn is located on the Hawkesbury River about 15 kilometres upstream from the entrance to the ocean at Broken Bay and about 40 kilometres north of Sydney. It has a range of private and public moorings at Brooklyn.

The Hawkesbury fishermen’s co-operative is based at Brooklyn.

Casual berths

  • Brooklyn Marina – 02 9985 7722
  • Roads and Maritime Pittwater – 02 9979 8055
  • Hawkesbury River District Fishermen’s Co-operative – 02 9985 7309
  • Marine Rescue NSW Broken Bay – 02 9999 3554

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenance Yes
Car park Yes
Vessel sewage pumpout No
Fuel - diesel Yes
Waste oil collection and storage No
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car park Yes
Public toilets Yes
Fresh fish outlet Yes
Retail food and beverage Yes

Brunswick Heads

Brunswick Heads is situated on the Brunswick River and is approximately 640 kilometres north of Sydney on the far north coast of NSW.

The mouth of the Brunswick River can be hazardous and vessel owners should contact Roads and Maritime (RMS) for advice on river conditions. Vessel owners can also view sea conditions on the RMS web camera

Moorings in the Brunswick Heads Boat Harbour are managed under Crown lands licence by local organisations.

The Brunswick Heads Boat Harbour master plan project is currently underway.

Casual berths

  • RMS Maritime Operations – 13 12 36
  • Marine Rescue NSW - Brunswick Heads – 02 6685 0148 or Cape Byron – 02 6680 8417
  • Brunswick Heads Cruising Yacht Association – 02 6685 1745
  • Brunswick-Byron Fishermen’s Co-operative – 0428 663 626

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceYes
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageNo
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkYes
Public toiletsYes
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageYes

Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour is located about 440 kilometres north of Sydney and is the only deepwater, all weather port entrance between Port Stephens and Brisbane.

The Coffs Harbour marina precinct has a long history of providing shelter to ships in southerly gales.

Coffs Harbour Jetty was completed in 1892 with the northern breakwater being completed in 1927 and  the eastern breakwater completed in 1946.

By the early 1980’s facilities within the inner harbour included a floating marina, slipway and boat maintenance area, the Coffs Harbour fishermen’s co-operative, unloading wharves and moorings for the commercial fishing fleet.

Casual berths

  • Coffs Harbour International Marina – 02 6559 9219
  • Coffs Harbour Fisherman's Co-operative – 02 6652 2811
  • Roads and Maritimes Services Coffs Harbour – 02 6691 9555
  • Marine Rescue NSW Coffs Harbour – 02 6652 3155

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceYes
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutYes
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageYes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsYes
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageYes

Crowdy Head

The village of Crowdy Head is situated on the mid north coast of NSW approximately 270 kilometres north of Sydney.

Formation of the coastal harbour commenced in 1900 with construction of a breakwater with rock blasted from a nearby quarry. Between 1972 and 1979 the breakwater was extended, dredging was carried out and mooring jetties were built.

Between 1984 and 1986 a boat launching ramp was constructed within the harbour and a new unloading wharf built for the local fishermen’s co-operative.

Casual berths

  • Roads and Maritime Forster – 02 6554 6004
  • Marine Rescue NSW Crowdy Head/Harrington – 02 6556 1564

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceYes
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageYes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkYes
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageNo

Eden

The coastal harbour of Eden is located within Twofold Bay on the far south coast of NSW and is an important maritime destination being approximately halfway between Sydney and Melbourne.

The harbour, established in Snug Cove, has significant maritime infrastructure and services to support a range of vessels including commercial ocean-going fishing boats, import and export vessels, charter and recreational boats and small cruising tourist vessels.

The Port of Eden is the most southern 'declared Port' in NSW and the NSW Port Authority provides ongoing services including a Harbour Master and Marine Pilot, surveys and monitoring services and a patrol boat for Twofold Bay.

The Port is in the process of transformation with the Eden Breakwater Wharf extension project currently underway.

Casual berths

  • Roads and Maritime Harbour Master – 02 6496 1719 or 0438 374 034
  • Twofold Bay's Fisherman's Co-operative – 02 6496 1959
  • Eden Slipway Services – 02 6496 1711
  • Marine Rescue NSW Eden – 02 6496 2167

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceYes
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselBy arrangement only
Waste oil collection and storageYes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkCommercial vessels only
Public toiletsYes
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageYes

Evans Head

Evans Head is situated on the Evans River and is approximately 570 kilometres north of Sydney on the far north coast of NSW.

Coastal harbour facilities at Evans Head were completed in 1969 to provide mooring and unloading facilities for the local fishing fleet.

The harbour also provides mooring facilities for recreational boat owners.

Casual berths

  • Evans River Fishermen’s Co-operative – 02 6682 4206
  • Roads and Maritime Yamba – 02 6646 1852 or 02 6646 2002
  • Marine Rescue NSW Yamba/Iluka – 02 6646 6311

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceNearby
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageNo
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkYes
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageNearby

Greenwell Point

The township of Greenwell Point is situated on the Crookhaven River and is approximately 120 kilometres south of Sydney in the Shoalhaven area.

Wharfing facilities are available at Greenwell Point. There are two separate but adjoining jetty structures, main concrete Tee Jetty and a smaller timber L-shaped jetty.

Casual berths

  • Nowra District Fishermen’s Co-operative – 02 4421 2569
  • Roads and Maritime South Nowra – 02 4421 0080
  • Greenwell Point slipway, Shoalhaven City Council – 0412 988 314
  • Marine Rescue Jervis Bay – 02 4441 5433

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceNearby
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselNo
Waste oil collection and storageNo
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletNo
Retail food and beverageNearby

Illuka

Iluka is situated on the northern side of the Clarence River and is approximately 535 kilometres north of Sydney on the far north coast of NSW.

The Clarence River is the largest coastal river in NSW and has a significant history as one of the earliest northern ports.

Coastal harbour facilities at Iluka were completed in 1972 to provide mooring and unloading facilities for the local fishing fleet.

Casual berths

  • Clarence River Fishermen’s Co-operative – 02 6645 0955 or 02 6645 2055
  • Roads and Maritime Yamba – 02 6646 1852
  • Marine Rescue NSW Yamba/Iluka – 02 6646 6311

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceYes
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageYes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby (1.8km upstream)
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageYes

Kiama

Kiama harbour is situated on the south coast approximately 100 kilometres south of Sydney.

The harbour, opened in 1876, was formed by the excavation of blue metal from the northern side of Kiama headland. The wharf is still a feature of the harbour and is maintained as a reminder of our maritime heritage.

Casual berths

  • Roads and Maritime Port Kembla – 02 4274 7914
  • Kiama slipway, Kiama Boat Owners Association – 0414 431 250 or 02 4233 1250
  • Marine Rescue NSW Jervis Bay – 02 4441 5433

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthingOccasional
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceYes
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselNo
Waste oil collection and storageYes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkYes
Public toiletsYes
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageYes

Laurieton

The township of Laurieton is situated on the northern side of the Camden Haven River and is approximately 290 kilometres north of Sydney on the mid north coast of NSW.

At Laurieton, maritime facilities are maintained for the local fishermen’s co-operative and include a timber wharf and several finger jetties.

Casual berths

  • Laurieton Fisherman's co-operative – 02 6559 9219
  • Roads and Maritime Port Macquarie – 02 6581 5677
  • Marine Rescue NSW Crowdy/Harrington – 02 6556 1564

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceYes
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutYes
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageYes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageYes

Narooma

Narooma is located 280 kilometres south of Sydney and is situated at the entrance of Wagonga Inlet.

Casual berths

  • Roads and Maritime Narooma – 02 4476 2364
  • Marine Rescue NSW Narooma – 02 4476 1443

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceWithin Wagonga Inlet
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselBy arrangement only
Waste oil collection and storageYes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageNearby

Nelson Bay

The township of Laurieton is situated on the northern side of the Camden Haven River and is approximately 290 kilometres north of Sydney on the mid north coast of NSW.

At Laurieton, maritime facilities are maintained for the local fishermen’s co-operative and include a timber wharf and several finger jetties.

Casual berths

  • Laurieton Fisherman's co-operative – 02 6559 9219
  • Roads and Maritime Port Macquarie – 02 6581 5677
  • Marine Rescue NSW Crowdy/Harrington – 02 6556 1564

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceYes
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutYes
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageYes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageYes

Port Macquarie

Port Macquarie is situated on the southern side of the Hastings River and is approximately 320 kilometres north of Sydney on the mid north coast of NSW.

A range of maritime facilities are located along the southern and western foreshores of the Hastings River.

The facilities include a large public timber wharf – Lady Nelson Wharf, charter vessel jetties, and unloading wharf, boat ramps and marina.A new maritime facility including fisherman wharf, mooring facilities and unloading jetty are planned for construction during 2018/2019.

Casual berths

  • Laurieton Fisherman's co-operative – 02 6559 9219
  • Roads and Maritime Port Macquarie – 02 6581 5677
  • Marine Rescue NSW Crowdy/Harrington – 02 6556 1564

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceNearby
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutYes
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageNo
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageYes

Raymond Terrace

Wharf facilities at Raymond Terrace are located 30 kilometres upstream from the Port of Newcastle. The wharf is maintained for the local commercial prawn fleet that operates in the Hunter River estuary.

Casual berths

  • Roads and Maritime Newcastle – 02 4962 8555
  • Commercial Fishermen’s co-operative – 02 4997 4221
  • Marine Rescue NSW Newcastle – 02 4927 8237

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vesselsNo
Recreational and visitors berthing Nearby
Slipway and boat maintenanceNo
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselNo
Waste oil collection and storageNo
Water and electricityNo
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsYes
Fresh fish outletNo
Retail food and beverageNearby

South West Rocks

Maritime facilities at South West Rocks are limited and located in South West Rocks Creek. Access from South West Rocks Creek to the ocean is restricted to small shallow draught vessels.

Facilities include a large public wharf now used primarily for recreational fishing and new a long timber jetty adjacent to the navigation channel.

Casual berths

  • Roads and Maritime South West Rocks – 02 6566 7204
  • Marine Rescue NSW Crowdy Harrington – 02 6556 1564

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthingNo
Charter vesselsNo
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceNo
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselNo
Waste oil collection and storageNo
Water and electricityNo
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletNo
Retail food and beverageNo

Tea Gardens

Tea Gardens is approximately 150 kilometres north of Sydney on the mid north coast of NSW and is situated about 6 kilometres upstream on the Myall River which flows into the northern side of Port Stephens.

Casual berths

  • Commercial Fisherman's co-operative – 02 4997 4221
  • Roads and Maritime Tea Gardens – 02 4997 1836
  • Marine Rescue NSW Port Stephens – 02 4981 3585

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceNo
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutYes
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageNo
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkYes
Public toiletsYes
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageYes

Forster/Tuncurry

The townships of Forster and Tuncurry are situated on the southern and northern sides of the entrance to Wallis Lake approximately 220 kilometres north of Sydney on the mid north coast of NSW.

At Tuncurry, maritime facilities are maintained for the local fishermen’s co-operative and include a timber wharf and several finger jetties for the local fishing fleet and visiting recreational vessels.

Casual berths

  • Wallis Lake Fisherman's co-operative – 02 6554 6402
  • Roads and Maritime Forster – 0408 245 399
  • Marine Rescue NSW Forster/Tuncurry – 02 6554 5458

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vesselsNearby
Recreational and visitors berthingNearby
Slipway and boat maintenanceYes
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNearby
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageYes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsYes
Fresh fish outletYes
Retail food and beverageYes

Tweed Heads

Tweed Heads is situated on the Tweed River Terranora Inlet and is approximately 680 kilometres north of Sydney on the border of NSW and Queensland.

Mooring facilities for both commercial fishing vessels and recreational boats are located in Boyds Bay which is four kilometres upstream via Terranora Inlet from the river entrance.

Casual berths

  • Roads and Maritime Tweed River – 07 5536 1001
  • Marine Rescue NSW Kingscliff – 02 6674 2451

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Yes
Recreational and visitors berthing Yes
Slipway and boat maintenanceYes
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNearby
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageYes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletNearby
Retail food and beverageNearby

Ulladulla

Ulladulla harbour is situated on the NSW south coast approximately 180 kilometres south of Sydney.

The formation of the harbour, which lies within a natural coastal embayment, began with the construction of a protective stone pier in 1865.

The stone pier is still a feature of the harbour and is maintained as a reminder of our maritime heritage.

The coastal harbour is important for both the economy of Ulladulla and the local fishing industry and is a popular centre for recreational fishing, boating and diving.

The central shopping area of Ulladulla is only a short stroll from the harbour.

Casual berths

  • Wallis Lake Fisherman's co-operative – 02 6554 6402
  • Roads and Maritime Forster – 0408 245 399
  • Marine Rescue NSW Forster/Tuncurry – 02 6554 5458
FacilitiesAvailability
Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vessels Nearby
Recreational and visitors berthing Nearby
Slipway and boat maintenance Yes
Car park Yes
Vessel sewage pumpout Nearby
Fuel - diesel Yes
Waste oil collection and storage Yes
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car park Nearby
Public toilets Yes
Fresh fish outlet Yes
Retail food and beverage Yes

Wollongong

Wollongong Harbour is situated on the south coast of NSW and is an iconic feature of the Wollongong City foreshore. It was the first port in the Illawarra and is the oldest and most intact extant block walled harbour in NSW.

Since its construction in the 19th century, the harbour and surrounding area has been progressively developed up until recent times, to cater for the changing uses of the harbour. From a coal port to a commercial fishing and recreational port in more recent years.

The character of the harbour has been maintained with activities such as the breakwater lighthouse refurbishments in 1999 and the Brighton Lawn upgrades in 2008.

The harbour is recognised as an essential part of Wollongong’s history as it was the focus of the towns commercial, administrative, judicial and social activities from the early 19th century until well into the 20th century.

Casual berths

  • Wollongong Fisherman's co-operative – 0431 174 777
  • Roads and Maritime Port Kembla – 02 4274 7914
  • Marine Rescue NSW Port Kembla – 02 4274 4455

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vesselsYes
Recreational and visitors berthingYes
Slipway and boat maintenanceNo
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselNo
Waste oil collection and storageNo
Water and electricity Yes
Boat launching ramp and car parkYes
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletNo
Retail food and beverageYes

Wooli

Wooli is located on the far north coast of NSW about 480 kilometres north of Sydney and is situated on the Wooli River.

Casual berths

  • Roads and Maritime Yamba – 02 6646 1852
  • Australian volunteer coast guard Yamba/Iluka – 02 6646 6311
  • Marine Rescue NSW Coffs Harbour – 02 6652 3155

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vesselsNo
Recreational and visitors berthingNearby
Slipway and boat maintenanceNo
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNo
Fuel - dieselNo
Waste oil collection and storageNo
Water and electricityNo
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletNearby
Retail food and beverageNearby

Yamba

Yamba is situated on the southern side of the Clarence River and is approximately 530 kilometres north of Sydney on the far north coast of NSW.

The Clarence River is the largest coastal river in NSW and has a significant history as one of the earliest northern ports. Coastal harbour facilities at Yamba were constructed in 1984 to provide mooring and unloading facilities for the local fishing fleet.

Yamba is a popular destination for tourists and visiting vessels. Yamba Marina, located within the harbour, provides a range of maritime facilities for recreational boat owners.

The Port of Yamba is the most northern ‘declared Port’ in NSW and the NSW Port Authority provides ongoing services including a Harbour Master and Marine Pilot, surveys and monitoring services for the Clarence River.

Casual berths

  • Yamba Marina – 02 6646 9898
  • Clarence River Fisherman's co-operative – 02 6645 0955 or 02 6645 2055
  • Roads and Maritime Yamba – 02 6646 1852
  • Marine Rescue NSW Yamba/Iluka – 02 6646 6311

Facilities

Commercial fishing - unloading and berthing Yes
Charter vesselsYes
Recreational and visitors berthingYes
Slipway and boat maintenanceNearby
Car parkYes
Vessel sewage pumpoutNearby
Fuel - dieselYes
Waste oil collection and storageYes
Water and electricityYes
Boat launching ramp and car parkNearby
Public toiletsNearby
Fresh fish outletNearby
Retail food and beverageNearby