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Anchorage Island Boardwalks and Vessel Moorings

Council has taken over the responsibility for the maintenace and management of all foreshore facilities and vessel moorings in the Anchorage Island Canal.

Please contact Council as soon as possible if you pay for moorings or pontoons in this area.

Maintenance of boardwalks, fixed jetties and some other facilities will be undertaken by Council.

For any enquiries regarding management, ongoing mooring agreements and maintenance issues, please call Council on (02) 6670 2400 and ask to speak to staff from the Waterways Program.

Public Facilities

Public facilities including canals, boat ramps and jetties/pontoons are also built, operated and maintained by the Waterways Program.

Issue's covered by the Waterways Program include:

  • Public pontoons and Jetties
  • Public boat ramps
  • Advice on private boat ramps, jetties/pontoons
  • Advice on river bank erosion protection
  • Advice on canal retaining walls and beaches

Pontoon

Tweed Shire Council owns various boat ramps, jetties, pontoons and wharves throughout the shire, please see the list below to locate one near you or visit our interactive mapping tool (external link).

Facility NameFacility TypeLocation
Kennedy Drive Boat RampBoat Ramp, Timber Jetty and PontoonRay Pascoe Park - Kennedy Drive, Tweed Heads.
Lakes Drive Boat RampBoat Ramp and PontoonLakes Drive, Tweed Heads West.
Fingal Head Boat RampBoat Ramp and PontoonFingal Boat Ramp, Main Road Fingal
Condong Boat RampBoat Ramp and Pontoon Clarrie Purnell Park - McLeod Street, Condong.
Commercial Road Boat RampBoat RampCommercial Road, Murwillumbah.
Tumbulgum Boat RampBoat Ramp and JettyFaith Mussing Bandler Park - Riverside Drive, Tumbulgum.
Chinderah Boat RampBoat RampOxley Park - Chinderah Bay, Drive Chinderah.
Kingscliff Boat RampBoat RampFaulks Park - Marine Parade, Kingscliff.
Pottsville Boat RampBoat RampOverall Drive, Pottsville.
Dry Dock Road Boat Ramp and JettyBoat Ramp, Timber Wharf and PontoonDry Dock Rd, Tweed Heads South.
Foysters JettyTimber Wharf and Pontoon and Sewage Pump Out FacilityFaux Park - Intersection Minjungbal Drive and Dry Dock Rd, Tweed Heads South.
Anchorage WharfTimber WharfKeith Curren Park - Keith Compton Drive, Anchorage Islands Tweed Heads.
Crystal Waters WharfTimber WharfCrystal Waters Park - Crystal Waters Drive, Tweed Heads.
Pioneer Park JettyTimber Wharf and PontoonPioneer Park - Kennedy Drive, Tweed Heads West.
Skinner Lowes WharfTimber Wharf and PontoonNicholl Park - Tumbulgum Road, Murwillumbah.
Tumbulgum PontoonPontoonFaith Mussing Bandler Park - Riverside Drive, Tumbulgum.
Budd Park PontoonPontoonBudd Park - Alma Street, Murwillumbah.
Tweed Marina22 Berth Marina, 2 berths available for short term public use. Includes sewage pump out.Southern Boatharbour - River Terrace, Tweed Heads.
Old Barneys Point Bridge Fishing JettyNorth end of Chinderah Bay Drive, Barneys Point, Chinderah.

Want to Build a Pontoon or Boat Ramp?

Applications for Pontoons and Boat Ramps must be submitted in accordance with the Development Application Checklist - Pontoons and Boat Ramps (121kB PDF).

Design and construction of Pontoons and Boat Ramps must be in accordance with the following guidelines Pontoons and Boat Ramp Guidelines (33kB PDF).

Foysters Jetty

Foysters Jetty is located on Minjungbal Drive, Tweed Heads, approximately 100m south of the Boyds Bay Bridge (near old tick Gates). The jetty consists of a timber wharf with two floating pontoons attached. There is a 4 hour limit at these pontoons and they are frequently used by vessels moored nearby for loading and unloading of passengers/equipment/supplies.

One pontoon provides facilities for vessel sewage pump out and for emergency repairs only. Further information is available in the Policy document titled Use of Foysters Jetty for Emergency Vessel Repairs Policy (873kB PDF).

Emergency repairs are defined as actions required to prevent a vessel sinking or causing pollution of the environment and repairs to vessel hull, propulsion system (engine or rigging), fuel system or electrical system.

Permission to berth here for more than 4 hours for vessel maintenance such as painting or engine servicing will not be granted.

To arange extended berth times for emergency repairs please contact Council on 6670 2400. Please be ready to provide the vessel name and vessel rego number. Meeting the requirements of the policy may require production of evidence that repairs have been arranged to be undertaken.

Frequently Asked Questions

Anchorage Islands Boardwalks - Who maintains?

Can I flush my boat motor at a boat ramp?

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