CAIRNS & PORT DOUGLAS
3 REFIT FACILITIES
TRAVEL LIFT 400T
REFIT SHEDS x 5 >60M
MARINA BERTHS x 5 >60M
WORK BERTHS x 6 >80M WITH HEAVY CRANE ACCESS
MARINA BERTHS x 12 >140M
Located on the Far North Queensland coast, Cairns is the heart of the Tropical North and an excellent base for exploring this wide and varied region. With the Great Barrier Reef on the doorstep, the spectacular Daintree Rainforest, Cooktown and Cape York to the north, the cool Tablelands and outback to the west and a variety of attractions in between, Cairns is a tropical playground with no shortage of attractions and activities to choose from. Discover some of the reef’s unspoiled islands from Cairns. Jump on the 45 minute high-speed ferry to reach picturesque Fitzroy Island. Here you can explore rainforest walking tracks, snorkel straight off the beach at Welcome Bay and Nudey Beach and see the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef by sea kayak. For a truly exclusive experience, book accommodation at reef-fringed Bedarra or Lizard islands.
4 REFIT FACILITIES
TRAVEL LIFT 600T, 2 x 300T, 75T & 65T (5.5M DRAFT ACCESS TO 600T LIFT)
SLIPWAY >2500T, 100M LENGTH & 28M BEAM
REFIT SHEDS x 6 BETWEEN 40-90M x 25M WIDE x 25M UNDER GANTRY
HARDSTAND OVER 40,000M2
WORK BERTHS x 4 >150M WITH 150T ONSITE CRANES
MARINA BERTHS x 6 >75M
Brisbane, capital of Queensland, is a large city on the Brisbane River. Clustered in its South Bank cultural precinct are the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre, with noted interactive exhibitions. Another South Bank cultural institution is Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, among Australia’s major contemporary art museums. Looming over the city is Mt. Coot-tha, site of Brisbane Botanic Gardens. Brisbane’s coastline is dotted with idyllic islands. Moreton Island, just a 70 minute ferry ride from Brisbane, is the third largest sand island in the world, yet fewer than 100 residents call the island home. Most of the island is national park, creating a blissful paradise of sandy beaches, bush and lagoons. Moreton Island is also home to the famous Tangalooma Wrecks, popular for diving and snorkelling.
2 REFIT FACILITIES
TRAVEL LIFTS 250T & 100T
FORKLIFTS 12T & 10T
HARDSTAND OVER 50,000M2
MARINA BERTHS x 14 <80m (BY THE BEACH)
WORK BERTHS x 10 <75M WITH VEHICLE ACCESS
As Australia’s tourism destination of choice the Gold Coast continues to raise the bar. The city is steering ahead as one of the best lifestyle destinations in the world by progressively innovating in new attractions while leveraging its stunning natural environment. Whether you are visiting the Gold Coast from the other side of the world, or you are visiting from the other side of Australia, the Gold Coast offers endless opportunities for adventure. It is the Gold Coast’s natural landscape – which includes 57 kilometres of coastline and 21,000 hectares of rainforest – that separates it from all major cities around the globe. With world-class waves, unparalleled scenic spots, a dynamic cultural offering, exclusive retail meccas, hinterland wonderlands and continually evolving tourism infrastructure, the Gold Coast is a nomad’s dream.
1 REFIT FACILITY
SLIPWAY @ 5000T 100M LENGTH & 28M BEAM
4.9M DRAFT ACCESS OVER THE SEAWAY BAR
WORK BERTH 55M
50M ENGINEERING WORKSHOP
10T OVERHEAD CRANE & 22T MOBILE CRANE
2.5HRS SOUTH OF THE GOLD COAST
Yamba in the Clarence Valley enjoys all the enticing qualities of a coastal holiday resort town, including great beaches, a marina, charming cafes and delicious restaurants, a broad river and a lighthouse. With mild winters and long summers, Yamba is a perfect destination year-round. At the mouth of the beautiful Clarence River, Yamba attracts anglers with its beach, estuary and rock fishing. You can explore the river with Yamba Kayak and Adventure Tours. Deep sea fishing is also popular. South of Yamba is the world-famous surf break at Angourie Beach and Yuraygir National Park, the longest stretch of undeveloped coastline in NSW.