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Docklands waterways

Shiny blue water and the front of two yachts

There is an overarching vision for Docklands to be an integrated working harbour, with boating opportunities and a vibrant events space.

Boats docked on a still river on a sunny day

The Docklands Berthing Conditions are designed to ensure the safety and boating pleasure of public berthing patrons. All public berthing patrons are expected to adhere to these terms and conditions.

Colourful dragon boats competing on a river

The Docklands Boating Hub is located at Shed 2 on Victoria Harbour, promotes and encourages community water activities.

Small boats on bay with city skyline behind

Docklands Recreational Fishing Strategy.

Melbourne City Marina

Melbourne City Marina offers the largest number of visitor berths for casual short term berthing at Docklands.

Melbourne vista at night

Australia’s newest superyacht destination is right at the doorstep of one of the world’s most liveable cities.

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Berthing licences

Close up of a wharf with orange life ring

City of Melbourne manages berthing on undeveloped wharves in Victoria Harbour and along the Yarra River within these parameters.

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Australia Day at Docklands

Fireworks in a twilight sky over still waters

The City of Melbourne manages berth bookings at Melbourne City Marina for special events.

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Water transport

Boats docked with Melbourne city skyline in the background

Find a range of commercial boat operators offering services for you to enjoy Docklands from the water perspective.

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Visitor berthing

Two men enjoying a chat on a yacht

The City of Melbourne encourages the boating community to visit Docklands via the four marinas which offer a total of 80 public berths.

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