About Sydney Harbour
Boating Partnerships main location in Sydney Harbour is d'Albora Marina in Rushcutters Bay, a prime harbour side location in Sydney’s prestigious Eastern Suburbs. Minutes from the centre of the city, close to the airport and just 10 minutes by water to the iconic Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge makes this the ideal choice for berthing.
The marina offers all the necessary services and amenities with friendly and helpful staff. Featuring an onsite licensed café and bar and private bathrooms for marina guests, d’Albora Marina Rushcutters Bay is home to one of Riviera Australia’s most awarded dealers, R Marine Sydney. Parking is difficult in this busy area, so Boating Partnership clients have access to at least one secure car park during their booking.
Once you're aboard, you can explore the magnificent Sydney Harbour in style. If you want a peaceful getaway from the bustling harbour and city lights, Pittwater and the Hawkesbury River are just a short ride north offshore.
Pull up a mooring in Athol Bay, pour a glass of wine and sit back and relax while the sun sinks behind the Sydney Harbour Bridge; you might even see a pod of dolphins swimming across the harbour. Take a day to travel up the inland waterways and discover harbourside secrets in places such as Lavender Bay and Woolwich on the north side of the harbour or Blackwattle Bay and Cabarita Point on the south side. Be a part of the energy of significant harbour events such as New Years Eve or the start of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race and so much more.
With so many world-class restaurants on the harbour, there's no better place than Sydney to indulge in world-class food with world-class views. Darling Harbour, Woolloomooloo, Chowder Bay, Pyrmont, The Spit, Manly and Watson's Bay are just a few of Sydney Harbour's dining hot spots to add to your list of the many 'must try' places easily accessible by boaties. Whether it's breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner, you'll always be close to some of Australia's best dining experiences when travelling on Sydney Harbour.
Drop anchor in the crystal clear water of Castle Rock near Clontarf, take a dip at the boat access only Store Beach just a few minutes from Manly or at Vaucluse Bay in Sydney's eastern suburbs, and then sleep over night in the peaceful and protected Sugarloaf Bay on the north side of the harbour. Discover the many iconic views of the city of Sydney city from all angles and areas of the Harbour for the perfect photo opportunities and enjoy a light lunch anchored at Rose Bay and a sunset drink at Athol Bay.