Mackay Marina Village and Shipyard

Landmarks and Buildings

Mackay’s magnificent world-class Marina Village has a tropical ambience, with leafy palms lining the waterfront esplanade and a view beyond to luxury yachts, sailing boats, blue skies and tropical islands.

The thriving commercial precinct boasts an impressive array of shops, bars and restaurants as well as a luxury hotel. Tours and activities available include game fishing, sailing, rainforest treks, platypus watching, nature trails and much more. Tours to Keswick Island are also available.

The marina is next to sandy Harbour Beach and home to the Pine Islet Lighthouse, one of the only working kerosene lighthouses left in the world. The marina itself contains 328 berths, with six Mega Berths of 60-metre capacity and alongside vehicle access, 18 new big boat berths, which can hold boats of up to 38 metres and 32 fishing berths – plus one maintenance berth. The marina offers berths purpose-built for multi-hull vessels and is designed for vessels with a four and a half metre draught at lowest average tide.

Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.

Facilities

Birdwatching Carpark Coach Parking Disabled access available Fishing International Nature & Wildlife Sailing Walk Walks

Rates

Free Entry

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