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Refuge Bay 1, 2, 3

Two moorings are located in the central area of the bay slightly East of the beach and waterfall. The other one is on the Western shore just inside the entrance to the bay.

Central N/E Mooring  
GPS:    33.36.051S    151.15.058E

Number: CL2747-3

Red cone with a white top

East Mooring (Nearest Waterfall)     
GPS:    33.36.071S    151.15.044E

Number: CL2747-2

Red cone with a white top


Western Shore Mooring - on the Starboard hand as you enter Refuge Bay
GPS:    33.35.919S    151.14.833E

Number: 2747-6
Red cone with a white top


The East mooring (nearest waterfall), now a cone is the original Club Mooring owned by the Founding BHCC Commodore, Merv Marshall. The original tyre mooring carried a brass plaque dedicated to Merv's memory. The tyre mooring was replaced in 2006 and the plaque was removed and refurbished. It now takes pride of place in the BHCC Club Room at Empire Marina Bobbin Head.

Weather: Open to the North West at the entrance to the bay. The central bay moorings are a popular meeting place for members. Non members are encouraged not to pick up these Red Club Moorings as the likelihood of being asked to move on by one of our 70 odd club boats is very high. Why not join our great club and enjoy the use of these and many other moorings in great locations? See Home or Contact Us page.

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