Southport Yacht Club Incorporated

Main Beach, Gold Coast Area

Established in 1946, Southport Yacht Club has a beautiful setting with panoramic views of their multimillion dollar 300 berth Private Marina and of the Southport Broadwater. Dining can be enjoyed from the Waterfront Restaurant, whatever your desire, they have the dining facilities and setting in which to kick back, unwind and enjoy the scenery.

Southport Yacht Club's Clubhouse is complete with two major function rooms. The Compass Room, located on level one, accommodates their larger events, from wedding receptions, corporate functions and birthdays through to more exquisite cocktail parties, whilst their unique sun drenched Western Lawn with boardroom and grassed Eastern Lawn provide a natural marine canvas for any occasion.

Southport Yacht Club is known worldwide for its exceptional sailing, power boat and fishing fraternities, incorporating everything boating -from power boats, dinghies, one design-racing, trailer sailors, to cruising yachts and elite racing yachts. While the big boats are based at Main Beach, Hollywell offers excellent facilities and a supportive environment for all levels of sailing expertise with sailing camps and learn to sail courses offered.

Finally Southport Yacht Club's private retreat, Dux, is located on South Stradbroke Island and proves to be a very popular weekend destination for many members.

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All yearDaily10am - 10pm

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