Port Coogee Marina

Facilities and attractions

Port Coogee and its marina offer residents and visitors a great experience on the shores of the peaceful Cockburn Sound.

Attractions include:

  • Shopping and cafés at the new Port Coogee Village
  • Swimming beach, BBQs, water playground and shaded grassed areas
  • Close to Omeo shipwreck and Coogee Maritime Trail
  • Close to Coogee Beach with its eco-shark barrier for a worry-free ocean swim experience
  • Service Jetty with diesel and unleaded fuel available
  • A Public Jetty for day visits with a 2 hour maximum stay 
  • Direct Ocean access close to Rottnest, Garden and Carnac Islands, or to the Swan River.

Marina Expansion Project

The City of Cockburn is progressing the expansion of Port Coogee Marina to meet the growing needs of the surrounding community and as part of the handover requirements established during the management transfer in 2016. In accordance with Local Government Act 1995, the City has developed a Business Case to guide the expansion.

The City is seeking your feedback on the Business Case and a preferred draft Concept Design. Feedback closes 6 November 2019.

View the Business Case documents below and share your feedback at Comment on Cockburn

Location and parking

The marina is adjacent to the Dome Café and the Port Coogee Village Shopping Centre. 
Free parking is available at numerous locations in the area. 

View Google map and directions

Webcam of Coogee Beach

To see what the beach looks like before coming down for a swim or taking the boat out, have a look at the webcam of Coogee Beach, located near the Coogee Beach Surf Lifesaving Club.

Pens and public moorings

Port Coogee Marina has 150 floating berths. To apply for a mooring pen, please complete the expression of interest form below.

Port Coogee Mooring Pen Expression of Interest Form

Features include:

  • 10 – 20m pen sizes for monohulls and catamarans
  • Direct ocean access with 3m water depth
  • Floating Pontoon construction each with finger jetty connection. 
  • Power (metered) and water facilities provided at each pen
  • WiFi network covering the jetties (free for penholders)
  • Convenient swipe card and auto gate access
  • Onshore showers and toilets for penholders
  • Service Jetty with diesel, Premium Unleaded and Sullage pump-out and disposal facility.

Future development will include:

  • Up to 150 additional pens
  • Extensive day visitor berthing facilities 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the fees and charges for keeping a boat at the Port Coogee Marina?

Fees and charges include:

  • An annual, monthly or daily licence fee determined by pen size, paid in advance
  • Electricity Charges is on-charged at the current commercial tariff
  • A one-off security bond, paid in advance, refundable upon departure.

Water, sullage disposal/pumpout , trolley use, rubbish disposal and recycling are included in the licence fees.  

To view the licence fees effective from 1 September 2019, visit the the 'relevant documents' section below.

How is access to the mooring pens and marina amenities controlled?

The Marina's gatehouses and amenities are automated and activated by electronic swipe cards. Each pen licensee receives two swipe cards.

Additional or replacement access cards are available at a charge of $25 each. 

Contractors can register with marina management and receive a (1) access card for a fee of $50. All contractors must complete a site specific induction and provide insurance details. Please contact Marina Management to book an appointment.

Are overnight or weekend short-stay licences available?

Yes, we welcome short term stays and visitors.  We offer water, power, sullage disposal/pumpout and private shower facilities therefore we are a great place to stay for cruising visitors.

Short-stay licences are available from as little as one day's duration. Please contact the marina office to book short term stays.

What security is in place at the marina?

Secure gatehouses control access to marina jetties. Jetties are well lit and only penholders and registered contractors possess access cards.

The CCTV network covers the jetties, waterways and boardwalk area. Security guards patrol the facility nightly.

Can I live on my boat at the marina?

Unfortunately Port Coogee Marina doesn’t allow liveaboards.
However, pen holders can stay overnight on their boats for up to 20 nights per year.

Can I refuel my boat at Port Coogee?
The Marina fuel facility, located on the Service Jetty, opened November 2018. Diesel and Premium Unleaded Petrol are available to local and visiting boats between 6am and 7pm daily. The facility is closed overnight.

The fuel system is operated by Baileys Marine Fuels, and an account with Baileys is required to dispense fuel; on-the-spot cash or credit card fuel purchase is not available. For further information visit Baileys Marine or call 1300 224 539.

Important contact numbers

Organisation Contact phone number
Port Coogee Marina Administration (All hours) 08 9411 3390
Fire, Emergency, Police, Ambulance 000
Department of Transport Maritime Environmental Emergency Response unit 08 9480 9924
Water Police 08 9442 8600
Cockburn Volunteer Sea Search & Rescue (call sign VH6CL) 0409 103 029
27MHz Ch 88 & 90
VHF Ch 16 & 73
Department of Environmental Regulation pollution watch hotline 1300 784 782
Fremantle Port Authority (Emergency)  08 9335 1300
Fremantle Sea Rescue (call sign is VN6DI)
VHF channel 73 (or 16 – emergency)
27 Mhz chanel 90 (or 88 – emergency)
08 9335 1332 
CoSafe 1300 267 233

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