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Kayak and Paddleboard Storage

Increase your water time exploring our magnificent Port Stephens waterways without any hassles.

Storage with Soldiers Point Marina is easy and hassle free. Your Kayak or Paddleboard is stored on our purpose build undercover storage racks on the marina with easy 24/7 access and the ability to launch direct into the water from our floating platform.

Benefits of Storing Your Kayak at Soldiers Point Marina

  • Secure storage with video surveillance and random security patrols
  • The ability to wash down your kayak or paddleboard before storing
  • Easy launch facilities directly into the water from our floating platform
  • Access to your kayak or paddleboard 24 hours, 7 day a week

Use of all the Marina’s 5 Gold Anchor facilities including our luxurious personal care bathrooms and sauna

Contact Soldiers Point Marina

Soldiers Point Marina
Sunset Boulevarde
Soldiers Point NSW 2317
Australia

Phone: (02) 4982 7445
Email: db@soldiersptmarina.com.au
Web: www.soldiersptmarina.com.au
Fax: (02) 4982 7193

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Testimonial

We lived in Sydney for many years before moving up to Port Stephens.  Our favourite area for boating in the Sydney region has always been Cowan Creek and the lower Hawkesbury River with beautiful sculpted sandstone scenery.  Now that we keep our boat at Soldiers Point Marina we enjoy being members of the Eclat Club so that we can sail down to the Hawkesbury area during the summer holidays and use Bobbin Head Marina as our base of operations.  At Bobbin Head we get the same excellent service that we do at Soldiers Point.  This allows us to really enjoy the very different anchorages and environments that these two areas offer.  The Eclat Club is a brilliant idea and we would recommend that residents of all member marinas take advantage of the reciprocal opportunities to experience some of the best marinas and boating areas along the East Coast of Australia.

Bruce and Trudy Pease