Albany Emu Point Boat Harbour
The Emu Point Boat Harbour is 9 kilometres from the centre of Albany, in Oyster Harbour.
A popular spot for fishing and boating, the sheltered waters of Oyster Harbour offer safe berthing options, including fixed timber jetty berths, one suitable for commercial vessels and a commercial service wharf.
The boat harbour has 24 commercial and recreational boat pens, 4 jetties, a three-lane boat ramp, and fish cleaning facilities.
The concrete loading jetty provides single and three phase power, water, lighting, and vehicle access.
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There is a three lane boat launch ramp with two floating universal access jetties.
A public toilet and shower block is located near the entrance of the boat harbour and is maintained by the City of Albany.
There is well-maintained public car and boat trailer parking located near the harbour entrance.
Fish cleaning facilities
There is a stainless-steel bench with six taps and waste facilities, maintained by the City of Albany.
There is a small boat lifter which is operated by Emu Point Slipway Services.
Phone: 0427 426 272
Expired flare disposal
Flare disposal is available at the Department of Transport Albany Office, 178 Stirling Terrace, Albany or the Hanrahan Road Waste Minimisation Facility, Hanrahan Road, Albany.
Find out more about flare disposal locations.
Waterway entrance channel
Latitude: -34.991 S
Longitude: 117.946 E
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Pens range from 12m to 18m.
|Single phase power, water and lighting.|
There are also 45 recreational boat pens operated by the City of Albany located within the boat harbour. For more information, contact the City of Albany. Phone: 08 6820 3000
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See below for current fees at Emu Point Boat Harbour.
All fees quoted are inclusive of GST and should be paid in advance.
Fixed pens with a walkway are charged per metre of pen length. The fixed alongside berth option is charged per metre of the vessel length.
|Fixed pen without walkway||$394.55|
|Fixed alongside berth||$475.20|
3 months or more per month
|Fixed pen without walkway||$36.00|
|Fixed alongside berth||$43.35|
|Fixed pen without walkway||$59.20|
|Fixed alongside berth||$71.30|
|Fixed pen without walkway||$17.75|
|Fixed alongside berth||$21.40|
Other facility fees
|Electricity supply - metered||COST|
|Water supply - metered||COST|
|Rubbish removal - including any not placed in supplied bins or containers not removed; waste oil in excess of 150 litres; or rubbish from source other than fee paying vessel.||COST|
Service jetty fees
There are fees and conditions for use for service jetties and wharves at DoT managed maritime facilities.
Find out more about service jetty and wharf fees.
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DoT’s vessel accommodation is offered on a casual, short term and long term basis and is always in high demand. Submit the enquiry form to find out if a pen is available.
Ready to apply?
Once you have spoken with one of our Harbour Officers to confirm availability, fill in either the waitlist or vessel accommodation application form below and familiarise yourself with important terms and conditions.
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DoT has several resources to help you stay safe when out on the water.
Deckee is a free app to help you plan your next boating trip. The app helps you keep informed with location-based data, safety alerts, access to the coast cams, weather forecasts and other information while you're on your boat. Download Deckee before you go.
DoT publishes nautical charts of the WA coastline for use by recreational and commercial vessels.
Our boating guides provide local marine safety information, including boating hazards, speed restrictions, personal watercraft, water ski and closed water areas. Download a guide below or visit the boating guides page for more resources.
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