Most of the boat ramps and jetty points in South Australia are owned by local councils. Each council is responsible for making sure the facilities under their care are kept in safe working order.

Find boat ramps

Boat ramp locations can be found on the Location SA interactive map. Click 'Data Search', type in 'Boat Ramps' and click in the box that appears in the search results to show them on the map.

Download a copy of Boat ramps in South Australia (788.6 KB PDF) for further information about boat ramp road access, parking, ease of launch and shelter.

Find jetty points

Jetty points locations can also be found on the Location SA interactive map. Click 'Data Search', type in 'Jetty Points' and click in the box that appears in the search results to show them on the map.

Grants to upgrade facilities

If you would like your local boat ramp upgraded, or a new facility developed, you can contact your local council. The council are able to apply for funding assistance from the boating facilities fund.


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Page last updated 8 April 2021

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