+61 (7) 3268 3614
+61 (0) 7 3268 3760
+61 (0) 418 783 358
P O Box 687, Hamilton QLD, 4007 Australia
Dockside Marina is situated just minutes from the CBD, with the FREE City Hopper ferry right at your door step.
Latitude: 27° 28.370'S
Longitude: 153° 02.238'E
Contact Adrian Seiffert 0418 783 358, Email, email@example.com
On offer are berths E11 and E 12 which are the end berths on E arm, each of 20 metres and makes this perfect for the anticipated Super Yacht traffic. A facility to moor vessels up to 40 metres is rare so consider this as a 4 star investment opportunity.
Dockside Marina provides modern marina facility for National and International yachts. This includes water and shore power supply to each berth. The Marina consists of concrete and styrene floatation walkways and finger berths. The floating pontoons are connected to the shore by an aluminium gangway link bridge. Reinforced concrete piles into the riverbed stabilize the pontoons. Security gates are at the head of each link bridge.
With a clean and modern amenity block and coin operated laundry facility, Dockside offers the most affordable river front or CBD living in Australia.
Ideally located in the heart of Brisbane City, the marina provides easy access to many facilities and amenities.
The Queensland Government's vision is that, by 2023, Queensland’s share of the global superyacht sector will have increased by 10 per cent, and that Queensland will be recognised as the key superyacht hub in the Asia Pacific region. To achieve this, the state government will take conscious and decisive action to leverage the natural competitive advantages Queensland presents.
Superyacht activity has the potential to deliver strong flow-on economic benefits for the state. In South East Queensland, it is expected to
contribute more than $1.1 billion to gross state product and support nearly 8000 FTE jobs by 2021, up from $630.2 million and 4535 FTE
jobs in 2016. In the Cairns and Whitsunday regions, the superyacht industry is expected to contribute almost $580 million and 4500 FTE jobs,
up from $324.1 million and 2664 FTE jobs respectively over the same period.