Koolewong Marina a First Class Boating Destination

The Koolewong Marina opened to a fanfare of fireworks and entertainment in early 2017 and in the eighteen months since the $5 million investment by owners Symantha Suprain and Les Binkin has been well and truly justified they say.
The 50-berth marina has set a high standard for Brisbane Water to become a major boating destination outside Sydney and the Hawkesbury.
The boating industry has a high economic impact and Koolewong with its sheltered location is becoming very popular with local boat owners as well as visitors who are now being attracted to the Coast.
Marina Manager Jeff Webber said that boats from several prestigious boating clubs in Sydney, Pittwater and Port Stevens have visited the Marina in the past twelve months and taken advantage of the hotel style facilities offered.
“Brisbane Water is a big area with a lot of areas for boat owners to explore. It is a tourist attraction in its own right and is underutilised from that perspective,” said Mr Weber.
And there are all the other facilities that include fresh potable water, pump-out facilities, 3-phase shore power, boat management and maintenance along with the Boathouse Bar and Restaurant with panoramic views of Brisbane Water.
D’Aprix Marine Services offer a wide range of maintenance services and are now based at Koolewong.
International Boat Brokerage owned by Bob Tuckwell is based at the Koolewong Marina leasing one of the commercial office suites available in the Boathouse.