Arno Bay Harbour & Boat Ramp

For a list of fees and changes relevant to the Arno Bay Boat Harbour please visit our Fees & Charges.

Payment of Fees:

Harbour Berthing:

Fees can be paid over the phone with Visa and MasterCard or in person at the Council Office.

Boat Ramp:

Daily fees can be paid at the boat ramp via an honesty box system.

Yearly boat ramp fees can paid in person at the Arno Bay Jetty Cafe, Hotel Arno and the Council Office.

Policy for Short-term Leasing of Unleased Berths
  • The Arno Bay harbour berths were provided to help establish and sustain an aquaculture base within the region. Under agreement with Transport SA, priority for leasing of individual berths must be given to aquaculture operators

  • Berths not let to aquaculture operators may be let by Council for other vessels for short-term periods subject to a scale of fees and on conditions determined by Council

  • Council may agree to short term leasing of up to twelve months maximum for non-aquaculture vessels subject to one months written notice to terminate any such agreement

  • Local contact and other details for short-term rental to be placed on signage at the berth and gangway entrance areas for public information

  • Berth fingers are 11m (36 feet) long

  • Maximum single vessel length per berth 16m (52 feet)

  • Two smaller vessels may share one berth provided their combined length does not exceed 11 metres (36 feet)

  • Fees are payable in advance. Minimum of 3 months in advance for the 3 months plus option

  • Fees are non-refundable in the event of early vacancies

  • Berthed vessels must not be used for residing or sleeping in, unless where required for single overnight yacht stays, if absolutely necessary

  • Lessees agree to abide by the lease and harbour facility rules