Coorong Quays – the marina for everyone

Coorong Quays is perfectly situated right on the mouth of the Murray River and provides a great starting point for anyone looking to cruise in the safety of the inland waterways of the Lower Lakes and Coorong – even with a novice skipper and crew.

The marina has all of the facilities a boatie requires, including; a fully operational slipway with travel lift and cradle, hardstand, a variety of wet berths, chandlery, undercover boat storage, in-house pump-out wharf and boat ramps.

Off the water, they provide secure and modern bathroom, laundry and kitchen facilities with plentiful carparking enabling easy access to your berth.

Their wet berths are protected within the marina from the wash of passing river traffic and range from traditional wooden jetties to modern floating pontoon jetties – which gives Coorong Quays the unique ability to cater for all types of water craft, from trailer sailers to paddle steamers.

Additional services include an onsite playground and plenty of open space areas for the kids, all overlooked by the Islanders’ Tavern, which allows you to enjoy a meal and drink after a long day out on the water.

The new management team at Coorong Quays is committed to improving their service offering ensuring your boating experience down south is as good as it gets.

To help maximise your time on the water they have just updated their on-water fuelling facilities with an Outdoor Payment Terminal available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – you’ll only have to stop for food.

If you want to use your boat more and get out on the water, why not take advantage of Coorong Quays’ offer to pay up to $2,000 of the trucking costs of transporting your boat from Adelaide to Goolwa – for a two-year berth agreement? Or $1,000 of the trucking costs for a one-year berth agreement (subject to terms and conditions).

Please call in and chat to the new Coorong Quays management team to discuss all your boating needs and see how they can help deliver a boating experience second to none in South Australia.