Spinnaker Sound Marina - A Safe Haven for Boating
Spinnaker Sound Marina was first opened in 1982. Since then it has serviced many thousands of grateful clients and has gained a reputation as a safe, reliable harbour for all who visit.
Exit the marina harbour and enjoy the open waters of Pumicestone Passage. Travel north and explore the many safe harbours and islands that are found along the length of the passage. Take a trip (high tide recommended) up to Pelican Waters or Caloundra with Bribie Island forming the breakwater between you and the ocean swells.
Alternatively, turn right out of the harbour and pass under the Bribie Island Bridge then push the throttle down as you pass Bribie Island and move out into Moreton Bay. Moreton Island and Tangalooma Resort are only a short 30 minute cruise away.
Spinnaker Sound offers safe boating alternatives in most weather conditions.
Yachts may find it difficult to reach Spinnaker Sound due to the height of the Bribie Island Bridge that lies between us and open water. For yachts we suggest you contact Scarborough Marina.
Spinnaker Sound offers casual wet and dry berthing as well as long term berthing arrangements.
Spinnaker Sound Marina has now received Development Approval for 60 apartments that will be constructed between the Marina and Caboolture-Bribie Island Road.
The waters of Spinnaker Marina are clean and inviting. Fish of many species populate here. Dolphins regularly visit the harbour. Dugongs graze just outside. We'd like to keep it this way!
Spinnaker Marina harbour and the boat ramp provided for use of the general public, form a part of the private property. The harbour has been declared a Fish Habitat and accordingly within the confines of the Marina harbour:
Non-Marina Client's are not permitted to anchor or leave boats in the harbour
We welcome visitors using our boat ramp from the Caboolture Shire Council provided car park. We thank you for your cooperation in ensuring the Marina remains a safe and welcoming environment for all to enjoy, including the fish and dolphins!