Nestled quietly on the sunny north western side of picturesque Burraneer Bay is a safe haven for boating enthusiasts. Burraneer Bay is a small bay located 26km south of the Sydney's central business district and forms part of the Port Hacking waterway in the Sutherland Shire.

Burraneer is an Aboriginal word meaning 'point of the bay'. It was named by Surveyor Robert Dixon in 1827, who chose many Aboriginal names for many of the bays in the area.

Our marina offers an extensive range of services catering for all aspects of safety, berthing/mooring and the maintenance of vessels of all shapes and sizes. There are 74 Berths and 31 Moorings which are regularly serviced and maintained. There is also the convenience of a huge car park (for 56 cars), a pump out facility, slipways (which are soon to be re-built and extended), all fuels, dingy storage, modern rest rooms, office, shop, boat brokerage and onsite marine engineer.

The marina has a full security monitoring system, with cameras recording 24 hours a day and swipe card security gated entry after hours.

We have a beautiful marina and we are proud of our commitment to excellence in customer service.

Join us for a tea or coffee (and free tour) and enjoy the unique experience of what is Burraneer Bay Marina.

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Our Marina is located at

48 Fernleigh Rd, Caringbah, Sydney, 2229.
Phone: (02) 9523 5250
Facsimile:(02) 9527 4152
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