The marina has berths available which range in size from 9 metres up to 21 metres for both single and multi hull vessels. Please contact our lockmaster to check availability of the berth size you require. Bookings and relevant documentation are essential.
Vessels must be fully contained within the berth area, this includes all fixtures e.g. davits, pull pits and bow sprits.
For Berth dimensions and conversion rates from metres to feet, please click here.
Within 3 kilometres of Darwin’s Central Business District
The following conditions apply to all options:
Rental to be paid in advance.
An additional charge may be applied for high power usage vessels.
Proof of Third Party Property Insurance to the value of $5 million required prior to entry.
Normal operating time of lock is between the hours of 06:00 to 18:00 or as per published timetable. On Wednesday & Saturday operating time is 06:00 to 21:00. Bookings outside of these hours will attract a fee of AUD$100.00 per passage. Lock booking at 06.00, please notify Lockmaster one day prior.
Mooring and use of berths is at the general risk of the boat owner/operator.
Any booking is subject to completion of a rental agreement and payment of the first rental period.
Tenants must obey the Bayview Management Corporation By-laws.
Please note there are no fueling facilities within the Bayview Marina. It is permissible to fill vessels from 20 litre approved jerry cans or to carry 20 litre fuel tanks onto vessels. Any bulk fueling is to be done outside the marina.
The following companies provide a bulk fueling service:
Baileys (Fishermans Wharf) Phone no. 1300 224 539
Cullen Bay Jetty – Phone no. 0418 898 891
The payments of rents for marina berths can be done a number of ways:
Credit Card – Ring our office on 08 89813 788, or visit our office located at 26A/90 Frances Bay Drive, Tipperary Waters during normal business hours.
Marina tenants wishing to receive mail should have it addressed care of the local post office.
Marina Power Connection
BERTH INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONNECTION TO THE MARINA
LOW VOLTAGE (240 VOLT) ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
This marina provides power for use on your craft with a direct connection to the marina low-voltage (240 volts) electrical supply which is connected to a copper-based marina electrical protective earthing system. An isolating transformer fitted on board to isolate the low-voltage electrical system of your craft from the marina low-voltage electrical supply may reduce corrosive activity caused by the coupling of your craft to the copper based marina electrical protective earthing system and/or other craft.
The earthing of conductive parts on crafts with non-metallic hulls may result in degradation of timber (including wooden plugs in craft of reinforced plastic construction.)
YOUR POWER LEAD MUST BE A 15Amp EXTENSION CORD IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. IT MUST BE THE CORRECT LENGTH AND HAVE AUSTRALIAN STANDARD SOCKET AND PLUG FITTINGS.
ANY DAMAGED OR OLD LEADS MUST BE REPLACED AND ANY SUSPECT LEADS WILL NEED TO BE CERTIFIED AND TAGGED BY A LICENSED ELECTRICIAN, OR A NEW LEAD PURCHASED.
YOUR CRAFT’S LOW VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM MUST COMPLY WITH AS/NZS 3004
The electrical supply at this marina is 240 Volts, 50 Hz supplied by socket-outlets which will accommodate a Standard plug. The maximum available current is 15 Amps.
Where a craft is provided with more than one low-voltage electrical supply, the supplies must have the same method of connection, that is, by connection through an isolating transformer with the hull and conductive parts bonded, or by connection with an isolating transformer.
Precautions should be taken to prevent the supply lead from sagging or falling into the water and, particularly, to prevent either end of the supply lead falling into the water if it should become disengaged.
Only one craft supply lead should be connected to any one socket-outlet.
The supply lead should be in one length, and should not be used while coiled.
The entry of moisture and salt into a craft’s appliance-inlet may cause a hazard. Examine carefully and clean before connecting to the marina low-voltage electrical supply.
It is dangerous for unskilled persons to attempt repairs or alterations. If any difficulties arise, consult the marina management.
Vessels wishing to enter the Bayview Marina arriving from Overseas, Cairns, Torres Straight Islands need to obtain approval before they will be allowed to enter the marina. You will need to check with the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Services (AQIS) for clearance before you may enter the marina.
Ensure the marina low-voltage electrical supply is switched off and the flexible cord is disconnected.
The supply lead should be disconnected first form the marina socket-outlet and then from the craft appliance inlet. Any cover that may be provided to protect the appliance inlet from the weather should be securely replaced. The supply lead should be coiled up and stored in a dry location where it will not be damaged.
Map Of Berth Layouts
Navigation path from Darwin Harbour, via Sadgroves Creek into Bayview Marina.
12 26 548° S
130 51 563° E
Car Park Plan
Park in the areas set aside for your use
Do not park in other buildings parking areas
Do not park on the foot path
Do not park permanently in the drop off area
Do not park motorbikes in the marina entrance area or on the foot path