Whitsunday Marinas Directory
The directory features the name, location and contact details of each marina facility around the Whitsundays and surrounding areas. Each facility offers different berthing, mooring and amenities for local and visiting sailors.
Abell Point Marina – Abell Point Marina is the main marina for overnight boat tours and day trips in the Whitsundays. It is located a short walk from the main street in Airlie Beach.
Phone: 4946 2400
Port of Airlie – Port of Airlie is the newest marina in the Whitsundays, and is centrally located in Airlie Beach. It is home to the latest Maritime Terminal, where the ferries to Hamilton Island, Daydream Island and Hayman Island depart from.
Phone: 1800 676 526
Whitsunday Sailing Club – With an expanding number of members, the sailing clubhouse features its own marina arm at Port of Airlie, duck pond, and has amenities for liveaboard sailors and a training centre.
Phone: 4946 6138
Shute Harbour Marina – Shute Harbour Marina is located on the far side of Airlie Beach and features a large undercover car park area and is the main departure facility for large cargo vessels, as well as several Whitsundays tours.
Phone: 0417 894 837
Hamilton Island Marina – This busy marina can only be utilised by approved vessels and is the main point to transfer travellers to/from the mainland.
Phone: 4946 8353
Hayman Island Marina – This is a very private, exclusive facility and all travel arrangements must be made with Hayman Island directly.
Phone: 4940 1234
Bowen Boat Harbour – The facility offers berth and moorings and is located on Santa Barbara Parade. Bowen is home to the North Queensland Cruise Yacht Club.
Phone: 4965 6400
Mackay Marina – Mackay is the closest town south of Airlie Beach with the marine located on Mulherin Drive. Mackay is also home to the Mackay Yacht Club.
Phone: 4955 6855