Marina Facilities


Half Moon Bay Marina is of pontoon style construction with Comsen units supplying both power and water to 197 berths ranging in size from 10 metres to 30 metres.

Two breakwaters protect the north and north-west sectors of the Marina and are designed to cyclonic standards.

Other facilities and features include:

  • Marina Office: Open 8:00am to 5:00pm (except Christmas Day and Good Friday)
  • Water: Clean drinking water at all berths
  • Fuel: On-site tank capacity is 50,000 litres of diesel and 20,000 litres of unleaded. Available from the fuel pontoon from 8:00am to 4:30pm. Other times by prior arrangement.
  • Security: Gate keys available with $20 refundable cash deposit. All entrances covered by digital infra-red cameras.
  • Dining: The multi-million dollar club house has an excellent restaurant open 7 days a week, for Lunch and Dinner, and Sunday for Breakfast.
  • Ice and Gas: Available on-site
  • Toilets, Showers and Laundry Facilities: All amenities located next to the Clubhouse.
  • Local Transport: A courtesy coach offers a scheduled service to Smithfield Shopping Centre. Public bus available nearby.
  • Dry Storage: Trailer and boat storage area adjacent to berths. Boat ramp access and haulage available.
  • Monitoring VHF channel 16
  • Rental Agreement: Must be completed on arrival. Payment on arrival unless by prior arrangement.
  • Departure: Requested by 12 noon unless prior arrangements made with Marina Office.
  • Shore Power: 240V and 3 phase. 15 amp lead must be used on all 240V power outlets. 3 phase power charges applied to consumption. 3 phase power jack available from Marina Office upon payment of $500 security deposit, refundable on return.

In addition to daily, weekly, monthly and annual berth rental, berths can also be purchased for own use, or used as an investment.

For more information please contact the Half Moon Bay Marina office by emailing or phoning 07 4055 7711.

Half Moon Bay Marina Cyclone Contingency Plan

Half Moon Bay Marina has been built to withstand a “50 year cyclone”, that is, one with a degree of severity statistically expected to occur once every fifty years, however the commencement of the cyclone season on 1 November each year brings with it the threat of severe storm conditions that pose a hazard to vessels moored within the marina.

To minimize the risks of damage or injury, a cyclone contingency plan for the Half Moon Bay Marina has been developed and refined in conjunction with the Regional Harbour Master (Cairns). This plan is activated once the threat of a cyclone exists, with the prime objective being to organise the orderly securing of vessels within the marina, or removal of vessels from their normal moorings to more sheltered locations, and the measures required to ensure the safety of personnel on or from those vessels.

Download the Half Moon Bay Marina Cyclone Contingency Plan.

Customs & Quarantine

International visitors to Half Moon Bay Marina are advised to be aware of relevant Australian customs and quarantine requirements and regulations. For more information:


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