In partnership with local government and port/water authorities we provide new and improved recreational boating facilities throughout Queensland. Under these longstanding arrangements, we build the in-water components of a facility, councils and port/water authorities provide the land-based components, and then manage the whole facility when completed.
Queensland has some of the best waterways and beaches in the country, and many residents and visitors enjoy boating throughout the state. It is only fitting that the large (and ever-growing) boatie population has safer, upgraded facilities such as boat ramps, floating walkways and pontoons that are capable of handling increased demand well into the future.
The Boating Infrastructure Program (BIP) funds:
- public recreational boating facilities for launching and retrieving recreational trailer boats
- maintaining depths in state boat harbours and selected high-use channels to ensure access to the busiest recreational boating facilities
- pontoons and jetties for deeper-draught vessels such as yachts and powerboats, for pick-up and set-down of passengers and supplies, and limited commercial use.
Find out about:
- Approved facility manager plans
- Bid proposal process
- Boating facilities list
- Boating infrastructure program
- Clump Point Mission Beach boating infrastructure project
- Completed projects
- Current and announced projects
- Dredging for recreational access
- Dunwich jetty—boating facilities
- Mooloolaba boat harbour dredging
- Public boating facilities currently closed due to construction works
- Recreational Boating Facilities Demand Forecasting Study 2022
- Southern Moreton Bay Islands ferry terminals upgrade project
- State boat harbours
- Yorkeys Knob boat launching facility