A marina plays a significant part in the ownership of a boat and also contributes to the whole boating lifestyle. At the Melbourne Boat Show, you can can discover and explore all that marinas have to offer and the benefits of utlising a marina for your boat by visiting the Marinas Hub.

Featuring some of Victoria's top marinas, the Marinas Hub is an opportunity for you to ask questions about how marinas work, what the benefits are of using a marina and how you can begin using a marina for your boat!

Partnering with the Marina Industries Association, the Marina Hub is your gateway to finding the right marina for you.

The Marinas Hub includes:


Anchorage Marina

Anchorage Marina is located in Williamstown, right at the mouth of the Yarra River and off the shores of Port Phillip Bay.  Just a stones throw away from the Melbourne CBD, Anchorage Marina is a floating berth of 100 berths and offers full marina services including: mechanical, electrical, rigging, covers and canvas, shipwrights, slipping and antifouling and a chandlery. Anchorage Marina is also home to the award winning Anchorage Restaurant.


Balmoral Quay Marina

Balmoral Quay Marina is set in Corio Bay and is minutes away from one of Victoria's growing metropolis, Geelong.  Quay Marina is a floating marina offering both permanent and short-term berths and offers a wide range of services including individually metered power and water, while all vessels can empty their holding tanks at the sewer pump.


Hidden Harbour Marina

Hidden Harbour Marina encompasses freehold berthing at Martha Cove, off of the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.  It includes a number of different sized berths, long-term and short-term and fully serviced.  Not only do you get these benefits, but is located near some great fishing and boating spots along Victoria's Port Phillip coastline.


Melbourne City Marina

Melbourne City Marina is located right in the heart of Melbourne's CBD at Docklands.  It boasts a diverse and modern on-shore facilities with a 'talk-of-the-town' marina lounge.  Melbourne City Marina is managed by the Melbourne City Council and offers a number of services and amenities.


Queenscliff Harbour Marina

Queenscliff Harbour is a hub for boating enthusiasts offering 6 – 25m marina berths, drystack facilities, 150 mt travelift, serviced boatyard, mechanical and maritime services.  Queenscliff Harbour is an easy 30 minute drive from Geelong, a 45 minute ferry trip with from Sorrento, and less than a day sail from any anchorage in Port Phillip.


Wyndham Harbour

Wyndham Harbour is a new destination for recreational boating in the Melbourne's west, offering world-class facilities to local and international sailors. Now operational and open for all to enjoy, the marina currently offers wet berths and visitor berths. Once all stages are complete, the marina will contain up to 1000 wet berths, dry boat storage for up to 390 boats, a refuelling dock and a range of ancillary services for the recreational boater.