Yamba Marina has been advised by Origin Energy that the marina power will interrupted from 8-00AM Sunday April 7.

We will have no telephones or computers and all business operations will be affected. We will not be able to sell fuel.

Normal operation will resume at 8-00AM Monday morning (we hope).

In the event of emergency call 0413 111 555 or in an extreme event call 000.


It’s getting pretty tight on the hardstand!!!!! .

The grand old Police boat “Fearless” is out for what will probably be her last service before being retired. Bet she’s got some stories to tell!!!!!.

This lady hasn’t been out of the water for about four years. We won’t show you her bottom because we are gentlemen!

But suffice to say she is living proof that boats need to be cared for on a regular basis. You actually save money by doing the work annually.

We just love this picture of billionaire Harry Triguboff and his two grandsons. Classic.

It’s Easter in about three weeks so if you are looking to visit Yamba in your boat let us know because berths are hard to come by. This year the Easter weekend is followed quickly by Anzac Day so many people will take an extended break.

Also if you need to lift your boat out to do some work on the hardstand call Graham to book in. It’s great working in the sunshine of Yamba!!!

Our thoughts are with you.

It’s appropriate that a boat called “Pina Colada” took our first big load of Ultimate ULP fuel on board today. BP Ultimate is 98 per cent octane and helps engines run cleaner and improves fuel efficiency.

The wind from cyclone Oma is quite strong. We’ve had gusts of over 70kmh today.  Seas are big and will be for a while. We are keeping an eye on all the boats in the marina and on our moorings. Oma is quite fickle…just look at the BOM track!!!!


We get asked a lot: What is happening in Yamba? The answer is…a lot. Real estate is hot, and cruising the Clarence River is being discovered by people from far and wide. There is land for sale and the latest is Yamba Quays. We know nothing about it…but the marketing picture tells the story. The marina is getting busier by the day and the coming completion of the Pacific Highway upgrade will change things dramatically. Why not with an outlook like this? Less than 90 minutes from Gold Coast Airport and under 45 minutes from Ballina Airport. Coffs Harbour will only be an hour away. The North Coast is ready for people who want to have fun in the warm sun. Bring your boat……it’s fabulous.