Metropolitan boat ramps

Find out about the location of boat launching ramps in the metropolitan area of Western Australia.

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  Boat launching ramps in the metropolitan area

Swan and Canning Rivers

Suburb Location
Guildford Swan Street
Bayswater Claughton Reserve
Maylands Clarkson Road
Rivervale Goodwood Parade
South Perth Coode Street
Subiaco Hackett Drive (2 ramps)
Mosman Johnston Street
East Fremantle Point Walter Leeuwin (2 ramps)
Mt Pleasant Deepwater Point

Coastal locations

Suburb Location
Two Rocks Boat harbour
Mindarie Keys Shore
Hillarys Boat harbour
Ocean Reef Shore
Woodman Point Shore
Garden Island (Naval base) Hogg Road
Rockingham Palm Beach (2 ramps)
Point Peron (2 ramps)
Safety Bay Bent Street
Donald Drive
Carlisle Street

South metropolitan waterways

Waterway Location
Mandurah/Peel Inlet Mary Street
Dolphin Pool
Dawesville Channel marina
Dawesville (south of channel)
Waterside canals
Yanderup canals
Murray River Murray Lakes Canals
North Yunderup (Cullenup Road)
South Yunderup (River Road)
Murray Bend (Ravenswood)
Pinjarra (Henry Street)
Serpentine River Riverside Gardens

Minor unsealed ramps

Suburb Location
Bassendean Pickering Park
Belmont Abernethy Road
Guildford Fish Market Reserve
Manning Cloister Avenue

  Speed restrictions introduced from 1st October 2013

Swan Canning Riverpark

New speed restrictions and other changes were introduced from 1st October 2013 at increasingly busy parts of the Swan Canning Riverpark to improve safety for all users of the iconic waterway.

To assist boat owners and raise awareness DoT has updated its free Swan Canning Riverpark Boat Guide.

The most significant change was the implementation of a new eight knot limit in Mosman Bay extending upstream of Chidley Point to Freshwater Bay. From 1st October 2013 an eight knot limit will extend from Fremantle Ports to Mosman Bay, reducing speed in one of the busiest part of the river.

The boundary of the water ski areas at Dalkeith and Waylen Bay will also be changed and will be clearly marked with a series of buoys to stop enthusiasts skiing outside of the areas including taking off and landing skiers from and on the shore.

New areas closed to motorised vessels will also be implemented at Freshwater Bay and Rocky Bay in a bid to improve safety by providing separate areas for swimming and craft.

Please refer to the Swan Canning Riverpark Boating Guide or contact DoT on 13 11 56 to receive a copy.

Page last updated: Tue Apr 5 2022 8:46:37 AM