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This residential development with a 128-berth marina is the most likely basin for a visiting yacht to secure a berth, especially in July. It’s a half-mile further up Sadgroves Creek from Tipperary Marina and needs at least four metres of tide to approach the lock. The passage is not well marked so best ask advice from the lockmaster when you’re making a booking.

There are no shops or restaurants or fuel docks at Bayview but it’s nice and quiet. It’s a 40-minute walk to the CBD, but there’s a bus stop close by. Lockmaster: VHF Ch. 68 “Bayview Lock”.

+61 4 1891 0888. www.bayviewmarina.com.au

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