City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC, Western Australia, 6965
Telephone: (08) 9411 3444

Port Coogee Marina

The Port Coogee Marina offers spectacularly clear and open waterways as well as direct access to the wonders of the Indian Ocean, including:

  • Rottnest, Penguin and Carnac Islands
  • Woodman Point
  • Cockburn Sound

The Marina is located close to the Swan River and Woodman Point. Find out more about what's on offer at Port Coogee Marina.    FIND OUT MORE


Looking for a Pen?

If you are looking to moor your boat at the Marina please review the following documents:

Application Form and Fee Schedule

License Document

Information flyer


If you are a current penholder, please download the following documents:

Recommended mooring configuration

Safety & Emergency Management Plan

Marina Rules and Regulations

Jetties, Waterways & Marina Local law 2012

Dome building at Port Coogee


Contact Information

To find out more about boat pens, contact the Port Coogee Marina Manager.

T: 9411 3444

Alternatively, visit the management team located in the Marina Services Building on Maraboo Wharf. 

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: Office hours 8:30-10:30am and 2:30-4:30pm.

Additional times during normal business hours: By appointment, phone the Marina Manager - 0419 944 355

In an emergency situation:
Call Marina Manager 0419 944 355 

Marina FAQs - Read More 

The low-down on everything you need to know if you have your boat moored at or are just thinking about mooring your boat at the Port Coogee Marina.

Why moor at Port Coogee?

What we offer

Pen holders at the Port Coogee Marina have access to a variety of facilities and services, including:

  • Safe and secure moorings, including for day visitors
  • Service jetty with fuel and sullage coming soon
  • Competitive fees
  • Flexible licensing periods - nightly through to two years available
  • Floating mooring pens
  • In walking distance of cafes, supermarkets and retail
  • Consistent and customer-focused administration services
  • 8-20m pen configurations (including catamaran size)
  • Close to boat maintenance facilities at Woodman Point and Fishing Boat Harbour 



  • Close to regular bus services along Cockburn Road
  • Waste removal - rubbish receivable point available at the end of each jetty (no fish scraps)
  • Land-based ablution facilities available exclusively for pen holders
  • Power and water available for each pen
  • No dedicated pen holder parking at this stage, possible options are being investigated