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Batemans Bay Marina
Nestled in a sheltered harbour, Gold-Anchor Batemans Bay Marina offers easy walking access to the charming township of Batemans Bay, surrounded by the natural beauty of the South Coast of New South Wales.
While the stunning Clyde River winds its way past the town, there is no shortage of picturesque beaches and clear ocean waters inviting you to immerse yourself in an underwater adventure, or just relax and unwind.
The succulent local seafood is some of the best in the region, with Clyde River oysters a favourite—or you can chase marlin offshore.
Add local galleries, boutique shops, a 27-hole golf course and a backdrop of national parks, and you won’t want to leave.
With 128 berths and 6 swing moorings, we can accommodate a range of berth sizes to suit your vessel.BOOK NOW
Dry Storage-Trailer Boats
Secured behind locked fencing, our hardstand can accommodate your trailer vessel. Bookings can be made by emailing the marina with your requirements.BOOK NOW
Our Team at the marina are onsite 7 days a week to help with berthing, refuelling, any questions on the local area.LEARN MORE
We know that owning a boat is one of life’s grandest pleasures, and it’s something you want to protect. Whether you’re looking for a permanent base or you’re just stopping by, Batemans Bay Marina offers a safe harbour and a professional service that’s second-to-none. Awarded the Gold Anchor in the Gold Anchor International Scheme, you can be assured that you will receive the very best customer-focused facilities.LEARN MORE
Port Macquarie region offers a variety of tourist attractions, outdoor activities, festivals and culinary experiences for you to enjoy.LEARN MORE
Transport & accommodation
To make the most of your stay, you’ll want to have easy access to everything on offer. You can hire a bike, a kayak, take a ride on a bus, catch a taxi, or get a rental car for as long as you need it. To get cosy on dry land, Batemans Bay has a wide range of accommodation options to suit. There is four-star accommodation across the road at the newly renovated Quays Hotel, or you could rent an entire house—the choice is yours.
The Eurobodalla region has more than 100km (62m) of spectacular coastline and pristine hinterland, along with 83 beaches for you to explore. Whether you’re after a surf beach or a protected bay with gentle waves, you’re sure to have a fabulous beach experience. Local surf beaches include Broulee, North Head at Moruya and McKenzies Beach south of Batemans Bay. Patrolled beaches include Broulee, Malua Bay, Moruya, Tuross Head and Narooma.
National Parks & Wildlife
With 15 national parks, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Highlights are Murramang National Park with its beautifully preserved coastlines and eastern grey kangaroos, while Deua National Park is a haven for birdlife, wallabies, possums and the rare tiger quoll. For one of the greatest wildlife adventures in Australia, snorkel or scuba dive with seals off Montague Island, home to thousands of seals, penguins and many bird species, and the perfect location for whale and dolphin watching.
Local Food & Produce
A cheese-making region since the 1870s and home to some of the finest wine cellars, cheese and wine are a highlight of the culinary experience in Eurobodalla. Batemans Bay itself is famous for its seafood and gourmet Clyde River oysters. If you love freshly-shucked oysters, look no further than The Farm Gate or Wray Street Oyster Shed on the banks of the Clyde River. You can also pick your own berries at Clyde River Berry Farm or savour local produce at growers’ markets. Two of the best are SAGE Farmers Market at Moruya and Tilba Growers Market at Tilba.
Get up close and personal with Australia’s rare and wonderful wildlife at Birdland Animal Park or discover exotic creatures at Mogo Zoo. For history buffs, visit the Narooma Lighthouse Museum or The Original Gold Rush Colony, a re-created 1850s gold rush town and theme park.
Heritage & Culture
Visit historic villages like Tilba, where you can relax in cafes, wander through galleries and collect unique items from boutique stores. Other highlights are the former gold mining town of Mogo, with its vibrant arts scene, and Bodalla, a charming heritage town dating back to the 1800s.The region also boasts fine craftspeople and gifted artisans. You’ll find their works in the many galleries in the region. For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, don’t miss the Apma Creations Aboriginal Art Gallery. Other highlights are the Artisans Nest Gallery, Batemans Bay Visitors Centre Art Gallery and Congo Crafts
Sports & Adventure
Take a snorkel and dive tour or perhaps you’d rather whale watching. Sightsee by seaplane or hire a kayak. Take surfing lessons, go horse riding or chase marlin offshore. For the more adventurous, don’t miss your opportunity to skydive over the stunning New South Wales south coast.If you’d like a round of golf, the region’s golf clubs boast some of the most spectacular views on the South Coast. Some of the best are the famous Narooma Golf Club, which offers a challenge to serious golfers while being a pleasure to play for the not-so-serious, and Catalina Country Club, Batemans Bay’s 27-hole championship golf course.
Health & Wellbeing
To treat your mind and body to some serious pampering, why not indulge in a luxury day spas? Try Sudden Echo Day Spa or Advanced Massage Clinic, both located in Batemans Bay.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is your office opening hours?
Monday – Friday 8am – 4pm
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 8am – 2pm (12pm in Winter)
Closed Christmas Day & Good Friday
Do you have after hours assistance?
Dockside assistance is available outside of the hours by prior arrangement only, and may be subject to a $100 fee.
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