Port Bouvard Marina is situated on the Dawesville Channel, which links the Peel Inlet with the Indian Ocean. Located only a few minutes south of Mandurah, Port Bouvard is a floating marina, which offers a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere for Western Australian boat lovers, holidaymakers, and visitors.
Opened in 1999, Port Bouvard is renowned for its recreational environment. Boat owners are encouraged to enjoy their boats and take full advantage of the marina lifestyle. As a result, boat owners at Port Bouvard Marina experience a strong sense of community and camaraderie, whether they are enjoying a dockside party, dining at the marina café restaurant, or simply spending quiet time on the water.
Port Bouvard Marina has everything for today’s boat owner, including wet and dry pens, a fuel jetty with diesel and premium ULP, pump out facility, private bathroom facilities, and plenty of car parking. Trailer boat owners are also catered for with a state-of-the-art boat ramp facility with four lanes, and on retrieving there are boat wash down and engine flushing bays as well as GPS calibration points.
There is a small annual membership and casual day use is also available (fees apply).
The Marina Village features a boat broker, licensed café/restaurant, fish, chips and takeways, bait and tackle store with chandlery items, boat repair facilities, dolphin and whale watching tours and fishing charter operations.
Port Bouvard is the name given to the region of Mandurah surrounding the famous Dawesville Channel. Its magnificent waterways and Mediterranean climate have made it one of WA’s favourite destinations for boat lovers and holidaymakers alike. Port Bouvard is well known for its beautiful canal homes, The Cut international links golf course, and close proximity to the Peel Inlet and Harvey Estuary systems, as well as the Indian Ocean.
The Peel Inlet and Harvey Estuary Systems are home to abundant wildlife, including the blue swimmer crab and western king prawns. Fish species such as herring, bream, whiting, tailor, cobbler, and many others abound. It is also a significant base for migratory water birds, including the red-necked stint, bar-tailed godwit, ruddy turnstone, and the curlew sandpiper. You’ll also see galahs, pelicans, various seabirds, and of course, dolphins.