Moreton Bay Regional Council provides opportunities for commercial boats or vessels to land or moor at specific jetties across the region.
These activities are regulated to ensure they are carried out safely and to prevent nuisances to the surrounding jetty users.
Permits are not required for recreational users of Council controlled landings, jetties, and ramps. However time limits apply. Recreational users can not apply for mooring permits.
Mooring is only available at Redcliffe jetty. Requests for mooring along the coastline or in waterways in the region such as Beachmere, Bribie passage or Caboolture/Pine river should be directed to Maritime Safety Queensland.
If you are a commercial operator and wish to land or moor a vessel, you will need to submit an application for approval a minimum of eight weeks prior to the commencement of your proposed activity. This allows time to review your submission, request further information, conduct a final assessment and make a decision.
The storage, decanting or refuelling of a vessel on local government owned or controlled landings, jetties or ramps is not permitted. All refuelling over water shall be approved and licensed by the Port of Brisbane Corporation or any other relevant authority.