Shoalhaven City Marina is being described as a visionary project designed to fulfill a regional need and providing an unrivalled opportunity to the marine industry, with an aim to revitalise the Shoalhaven region.
Located at 1178 Comerong Island Road, Numbaa, on the edge of Berry’s Canal, linking the Shoalhaven and Crookhaven rivers to create a navigable passage to the Tasman Sea.
Shoalhaven City Marina is the first development of its kind on the NSW South Coast and presents an exceptional opportunity for the South Coast marine service industry.
Selling agents Colliers said “It offers endless opportunities for superyachts, recreational services, government, and commercial vessels.
A state-of-the-art facility designed to cater to a range of marine businesses, the marina provides 13 modern pontoon berths that can accommodate vessels 10-50 metres in length.
In addition, the facility offers over 12,900m2* of high clearance industrial warehouse facilities with opportunities starting from 540m2*. With over 5,000m2* of office accommodation, and an additional 12,000m2* of onsite hardstand every maritime need is met.
• Parking for 157 cars
• 13 floating pontoon berths
• Two travelift bays into the marina
• Designed for a draft depth of 7 metres (at low tide)
• 30 metre wide marina opening from Berry’s Canal
• Deep water access to the ocean via Crookhaven Heads
The facility is designed to cater to a wide range of marine businesses, including boat builders, repair and maintenance services, marine research and development.
The 5,000m2* of office space provides ample accommodation for businesses to establish their operations, with plenty of space for administrative and management functions.