Geraldton Batavia Coast Marina
Batavia Coast Marina is a well-maintained marina facility close the Geraldton city centre.
The marina is a popular base for seasonal charter boats and visiting recreational boaters due to its proximity to the Abrolhos Islands, a popular destination for fishing and diving.
Facilities available include a service jetty, universal access fishing platform, boat ramps and long and short-term vessel accommodation.
Close to the marina you can find accommodation, dining, shopping and entertainment options, as well as the Museum of Geraldton which celebrates the rich heritage of the Mid West.
Find out more about the future development planned for Batavia Coast Marina.
The service jetty provides power, water, lighting and a floating low level universal access boat pontoon.
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There is a 3 lane boat ramp and sealed car and boat trailer parking.
A wooden boardwalk is located along the eastern fringe of the harbour that offers scenic views of the harbour and provides a pedestrian access to the Museum of Geraldton, Mantra Hotel, Geraldton Yacht Club boat pens, DoT boat pens and boat ramp.
There is a universal access fishing platform and small sealed car park at the shore end of the new northern breakwater.
There is public car and boat trailer parking located to the east of the boat launching ramps.
There are public toilets located near the boat launching ramps. A separate toilet, shower and laundry is available for penholders.
There is a diesel fuel facility available at the nearby Fishermen’s Wharf in the Mid West Ports Fishing Boat Harbour. This service is provided by Baileys Marine Fuels Australia and a fuel card is required.
Phone: 1300 224 539
Waterway entrance channel
Latitude: -28.771 S Longitude: 114.593 E
|Number of pens||Lengths||Services|
Options include:• 20x 10m pen
• 16x 12m pen
• 25x 15m pen
• 13x 18m pen
• 4x 20m pen
• 4x 22m pen
• 2x 18m CAT pen
|Single phase power, water, CCTV, lighting, toilet/shower block with laundry facility. Three phase power is available at the end of jetty.|
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See below for current boat pen fees at Batavia Coast Boat Harbour for 2022-2023.
Floating pens are charged per metre of pen length. The floating alongside berths are charged per metre of the vessel length.
All fees quoted are inclusive of GST and should be paid in advance.
|Floating pen with walkway||$696.00|
|Floating alongside berth||$696.00|
3 months or more per month
|Floating pen with walkway||$63.50|
|Floating alongside berth||$63.50|
|Floating pen with walkway||$104.40|
|Floating alongside berth||$104.40|
|Floating pen with walkway||$31.30|
|Floating alongside berth||$31.30|
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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Apply for a boat pen
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.
Note: there is currently a waitlist for casual and annual boat pens at Batavia Coast Marina.
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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Weather and conditions
Before heading out on the water be sure to check the current:
|Bureau of Meteorology (BOM): Geraldton forecast|
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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.
We provide a range of boating safety information on safety equipment, boating rules and marine radios and distress calls.
DoT publishes nautical charts of the WA coastline for use by recreational and commercial vessels.
See Gregory to Perth nautical charts.
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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To find out more, contact the Geraldton office on (08) 9216 8170 or email MidWest@transport.wa.gov.au