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Marine and Boating

Tauranga City Council manages different marine and boating facilities across the city, for the public and the local marine industry to use.

Boat ramps

Tauranga City Council provides eight boat ramps around the city for the public to use. There is no charge to launch boats at any of the City's boat ramps and no booking is required.

List of our public boat ramps

Boat park

Council manages a boat park at Sulphur Point. The boat park is a storage facility with the capacity to house 76 boats and provides secure storage in a facility close to the boat ramps.

Find out about the Sulphur Point boat park 

Wharves and commercial fishing facilities

Tauranga City Council provides a number of facilities across the city to support the fishing and aquaculture industries. These facilities range from public wharves offering short- or long-term berthage, through to areas for offloading of catch and loading of ice.

Facilities for commercial fishing vessels (2mb pdf)

Tauranga Harbour Marine Precinct

The Marine Precinct is an on-going project to deliver a purpose-built marine servicing facility at Sulphur Point. Once completed, the precinct will provide a base for boat building and refit businesses in Tauranga, equipped with the largest travel-lift in New Zealand.

Read more about the Marine Precinct


Tauranga Bridge Marina

The Tauranga Bridge Marina is a privately owned and operated modern facility, consisting of 500 fully serviced marina berths. See their website for details and rentals.

Tauranga Bridge Marina 


Last Reviewed: 03/11/2016