Needs some attention
Reviewed Jul 2018
We found the marina easy to get into and tie up. Staff were friendly. There is a courtesy car but you will need to book ahead, probably best when you make the booking. There is a council bus right out the front which takes about 20 minutes to get into the shopping centre and approx. $30 for a taxi back with provisions. The most difficult task is to get your provisions to your boat. There is a distinct lack of trolleys, or ones that are safe and work that is. I walked up and down all fingers and found 2 small trolleys in use. That's it, for the whole marina. You can try the 2 metre long metal trolleys with such short handles and manouverability, but make sure it's not on a low tide, with 4m tide's it's quite steep.
We were disappointed with the lack of security on the fingers, public are free to roam and sight see. I felt I had to lock up just to go to the toilet.
Waterline restaurant is lovely, wonderful staff and great menu. We recommend the beef rendang.
Chandlery? A very poor excuse for a chandlery, you will probably need to catch the bus to Bunnings.
Bathrooms are dongers, they are OK and do the job but again are open to the public.
Disappointed that you pay the same as other marina's but the facilities are lacking.